the inherent asymmetry

the habit of settlement is not always good

the need for dissension is never understood

life cannot always offer a cakewalk to us

it is a mad mad world with a crazy rush

so please pour some acid of disagreement

on the biological assay of our relationship

stir it with the tender ladle of togetherness

so that we can well make a perfect grip

let there be a conflict of millions of words

let’s forget our flock, let’s forget our herds

let us respect our inherent asymmetry

and convert it into a a perfect chemistry

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