Black Box

Poem by: kiwisoccergirl

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Another poem for a school project.

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Submitted: August 22, 2012

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I never liked boxes

You can never fit enough things into it.

But I’ve been put in a box,

It’s bottomless like a well.

It has tons of other people in it too.

They are the same

And they are different from me.

This box I’ve been placed in

Is labeled as “Smart, Quiet, Readers”

But I’m not always quiet,

And I don’t always read.

I can be loud when I want,

And I play sports and video games.

I even write a little

But I think

That people shouldn’t place others in boxes

Some of us don’t belong in the ones that we are put in.

We all might as well

Each have our own box

Labeled with just our name.

But again,

I never liked boxes.


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