This miniature metal condominium houses all types.
Showy, obnoxious advertisements curl uncomfortably
In the small, bland room, much to their distaste.
The neighbor is a humbler sort,
A handwritten letter scrawled on simple stationery,
Waiting patiently in its temporary home.
Several doors down intimidating bills crowd the space,
Wedged between fighting cousins, the credit card offers.
Leaving their renovated homes,
Simple country houses
And crowded office buildings at the end of the day,
Everyday people rush to check their mail.