are similar to each other.
Both are harder to compute
when they are compound
than when they are when simple,
as people have often found out
when they are riven
between duty and joy.
They betray themselves
and the authority they serve
when without joy they obey orders
and the order was for them to enjoy
the work they were given to do,
until disobedience became the point
from which there was no escape,
it became all there was more, more more, of.