Treasure Island

Leon Agnew


Blend Into Gray


Black shines forth on white
White breaks free on black
Angrily they fight
Vicious they attack
White deeds are pure
Serene, calm, and gentle
Black deeds are forged
Beneath the molten mantle
Never do they meet
And never do they cross
Never they
Make shades of gray
Slowly life they floss
Dividing, pushing, pulling
Everything in two
Deceiving, flipping, fooling
Everyone who's true
Men no more are white
But ever be they black
Men no more will fight
Whatever pays them back.

Submitted: Thursday, May 06, 2010

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