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This piece was really engaging and illuminated the speaker's observations of problems pertaining to humanity and basic human courtesy/decency, which are not necessarily issues that we would think about on a daily basis. You also managed to capture the speaker's vexations with the world at large without sounding overly didactic or completely moralistic, which is something that not many writers are able to do. Kudos to you for that!
I'm really curious about why, apart from the very last section of the poem, you refrained from using line breaks or stanzas. Though I understand that this may be a stylistic choice, I feel that the message of the poem could be conveyed more effectively by separating its parts into various stanzas, which would allow the reader to pause for a moment to really consider what you're saying, rather than feeling breathless by the end of the poem. As you might have noticed in my comments on specific parts of this piece, I would also recommend using punctuation (more specifically question marks) to further emphasise the rhetorical element of the speaker's queries about human behaviour. However, I would like to emphasise that these are just personal opinions, and that the freedom to decide how exactly you want to craft your poem still lies in your hands!
Overall, I really enjoyed reading this piece! I would love to see an updated version of it, and I can't wait to read your other literary works. Keep striving and happy writing!