In my office, a wall was built to separate workers at a higher level from workers at a lower level. Previously, the two classes of workers could freely interact. Now lower ranking workers must enter the higher ranking worker's section through a door, where they are greeted by a receptionist. Musing on the absurdity of this and other "walls," (including those that can and those that cannot be seen - I was in Berlin when that wall was demolished and in Russia when the Iron Curtain crumbled) prompted these observations about how accepting or ignoring the existence of a wall just strenthens it. Whether a wall physcally exists or is a mere illusion of ideology, its existence depends upon our collective reaction to it. This Wall (c) A. Minter 2012 Walls are built by men, no doubt, To keep some in or others out. This wall's no different from the rest. Its not the worst; its not the best. Its how we react, when walls are found, That strenthens them or tears them down.