Uloia Norris Moore
Split Down The
Middle Two halves no whole
right side left side
Sides of both can be perceived
not together ill conceived.
Confusion arises when
both sides collide no
collusion by said sides.
Spliced together through this
stormy weather untold growth
in manner of thought not distraught.
Gordian knot sliced apart
how may such be
is my thought.
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