Follow the Rules

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If you all obnoxious be
It doesn’t come down to me,
Though you think me paranoid,
If I you avoid

Purportedly liberal,
Really of yourself are full
Secretly, you people hate
Early, middle, long and late

If you see life as a race
Constant getting in the face
Of those diff’rent opinions hold,
Who dress more plainly, or more bold,

You cannot be surprised if they
Choose to go some other way
Than in your corner sit as fools,
Where folks play by friendlier rules

The poet/editor of this website is physically disabled, and lives at a fraction of her nation’s poverty level. Contributions may be made at:

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