Darkness And Light - Poem by Ivory Strife
When dark and light collide,
everyone begins to take a side.
Some say dark and some say light,
I for one think they're both right.
Without darkness the world would be too bright,
and without light the world would be without sight.
Although there is s lot to lose,
I wouldn't hesitate to choose,
Because even though we wouldn't see,
there are some things in the world best left unseen.
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