CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR

Designers Have Certain Responsibilities

FIGURE34.1

The Small Box

The small box gets its first teeth

And its small length

Its small width and small emptiness

And all that it has got

The small box is growing bigger

And now the cupboard is in it

That it was in before

And it grows bigger and bigger and bigger

And now it has in it the room

And the house and the town and the land

And the world it was in before

The small box remembers its childhood

And by overgreat longing

It becomes a small box again

Now in the small box

Is the whole world quite tiny

You can easily put it in a pocket

Easily steal it easily lose it

Take care ...

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