The first three stanzas feel very bitty. I struggled to create a rhythm and felt as if I were tripping over my own tongue.
"Outside the box is a calm world" I am not sure what you intended by this line but it resonated with me. Ditto the next line.
Unfortunately it all became staccato again afterwards, and the rhythm was lost once again.
In terms of meaning, I get some sense of an Overton window, which you must step outside for a truer understanding; that we are all boxed in on an insidious level, and it takes those brave enough to break conformity to exorcise true reason. This is a great sentiment if expressed more fluidly.