Box In, Box Out

I hide in a heavy-duty box
to feel secure.
I keep everyone at a distance
to keep anyone from getting close.
I observe with an open mind
to see how people speak, act, think, and react.

I laugh in an unusual way
to cover up my insecurities.

Living outside of my box
is a challenge I’m not usually willing to take
but God has greater plans for my life
which means that eventually I will have
to break down the box in order to
receive all of my blessings one hundred fold.


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