Shades of Grey Between

June 25, 2012
By Katie Gibbs BRONZE, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Katie Gibbs BRONZE, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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Those who see in black and white
Are the ones who are colorblind
Those who see in dark and light
Have no other view

For how can one see the blue of night
When they are not looking?
And how can one know what's wrong or right
When they are not learning?

Nothing is black and nothing is white
It's just your imagination
The colors formed by tricks of light
That we all yearn to see

Ever wonder why a rainbow
Has no dark or light?
The opposites like yes and no
Are just strings of letters

Those who see in black and white
Are the ones who are colorblind
Those who see in dark and light
Have no other view

And how about you?
What colors do you see?
For can you view
The shades of grey between?


The author's comments:
I like for others to be able to think what they want about my writing pieces. So many people can view it in so many different ways. That makes it special for them.

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