It Sits In Parts

 

It sits in parts in tins and boxes

Wanting a hand to fiddle and assemble its specific parts

Each part is unlike the next they all fit together

Not much guessing is needed

Although a fine mess of expression helps In assembly.

The whole is more than the parts

none are redundant.

Evolution of friction has expressed itself

The outcome is known and simple

Everyone still does it the same

Two wheels, a bicycle to ride.

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