“By Definition”, a poem by Isabella N., is defining the color gray, the color of emptiness. But the one thing that isn’t empty and drained by that color is this piece of writing, because it is a sight to see. Make that a sight to read.
In my personal experience, gray is the color of neutrality, or the absence of opinion or bias. In this case, there is no difference. Nothing is just white or black; gray defines the boundary between the two. There isn’t just good or evil; there is the gray. This gray poem isn’t gray, it’s in a class by itself, in another world. It’s colorless, beyond gray.