Our fence building begins from within,
the defensive block-aides to offensive barricades.
Your classical concentrated clang of civility,
lying mental form-fitting focus foiled by inflexibility.
Mastering the shuffling rules of stamina and strength,
attack my base gauntlet in place, advance at your fate.
Still you’ll flick this fancy fast-moving footwork,
muscles memory moves masked emotions just for luck.
Those repetitive most competition actions now claim,
loveless life of shame, I can’t climb a fence you maintain.