Kenneth J Thompson
Divine Dichotomy - Poem by Kenneth J Thompson
What is light w/out the dark? What’s a soul w/out a heart?
What is truth w/out the lies? What are hello’s w/no goodbyes?
What is up w/out the down? What are smiles w/no frowns?
What is peace w/out a war? What is less w/out more?
What is white w/out black? What is thin w/out the fat?
What is right w/out the wrong? What’s a singer w/no song?
What is life w/out death? What is everyone w/out the self?
What is sweet w/out the sour? What is time w/out hours?
Can’t U see reality is what we chose it to be.
It’s relativity, this dichotomy is our destiny.
In consciousness or without, living in truth or in doubt
To be still and to move about
Take a good look and I am sure you’ll discover
That you can’t have one without the other
What is good w/out the bad? What is happy w/out the sad?
What is blessed w/out the cursed? What is better w/out worse?
What is hot w/out the cold? What's a secret if it's told?
What is weak without the strong? What is short w/out the long?
What is the sun with no moon? What is later without soon?
What is a saint with no sinner? What is a loser with no winner?
Copyright2008 by Kenneth J Thompson
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