All Relative - Poem by Paul Butters
Without Nothing there cannot be Something.
Non-Existence precedes Existence.
No Dark means no Light.
No cold no hot, no soft no hard, no death no life.
Up and down, left and right, East and West.
Calm then storm, stillness then action,
Heavy and light.
Chaos and Order.
The finite and the infinite.
All are Relative.
Without Something there is no Nothing.
Without Light no Dark.
No Good No Bad.
No Knowledge no Mystery.
No Mystery no Knowledge.
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