Crappy Cubicle Culture

Crappy cubicle culture; whoever first sought
to divide a room into square parts
thinking this would make more productive thoughts,
they surely should be shot.

The privacy afforded by a tall, cold wall
they limit office society, and all in all,
How shall I know someone I cannot see?

However shall I think
outside the proverbial box
when I am “encouraged” (required)
to remain? My mind is behind locks
and I am held as a prisoner on the docks
. . . at least until five o’clock

Crappy cubicle culture; whoever first sought
to divide a room into square parts
. . . no, I choose instead to depart.

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