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Poem:

There are laws that guide us, we choose to evade,

Laws considered to be uselessly made;

Those that we cherish and genuinely follow,

Many of which seemingly excessive, hollow.

There are laws to which we gladly accede.,

Oblivious of hurdles that serve to impede.

Circles of faith, borders of trust,

Lines we follow, as we usually must

Can yet be trespassed by corruption and greed

In which we confide, to which we concede.

Where there should be justice in the equation of life

There can be blunders. aggravations and strife

Laws enforced that seem clearly excessive                        

Laws that we think to be clearly repressive.

All in all, good laws, outweighing the bad,

Leave us but safe, protected and glad.

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