Unlabeled

Without definition.

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They labeled poor Jane. From the day she was born. The label would decide what kind of life she would live, who her friends would be, and even where she would work.

Is all you are, all that we see? Are you happy with your label? Did you try on another, to see if it fit?

Labels are just a small part of a person. Not even a large piece of them, more like an idea, really.

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I'm in a box outside the box. But I haven't gotten the key just yet to open the box. One of these days we will all get it write. And write and write

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