Poem introduction

I worked for many years in a life insurance company and it was a thirteen storey building and I went up and down the elevator every day with a lot of people and occasionally we would have a blind person on the elevator with us and everyone I noticed would back away and press themselves in the corner. Then on other occasions I noticed how we all stepped back from blind people as if we were afraid of catching blindness perhaps or afraid of something they might do.

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