One can do almost anything for anybody
if there is no breach of faith.
But if one is suspect
it is hell for the other.
One will imagine things,
for there will be this creeping feeling
that the other guy can harm you.
The first thing in anybody's mind
is one's well-being.
If for once, anybody opens the mischief-door
one suspects more will come in due course.
In a regimented society
one takes things for granted.
But once a gatekeeper becomes the intruder
one is so compromised
that civil existence is at stake.
Alas! People in general are so greedy
well established rules and decorum
are thrown to the winds
and everybody's existence is put to peril.