Black and White (a poem)

B&W, daffodil, flower in black and white

Black and White


Black so dark stands defiantly

White so crisp stands stoutly

Black so bold and apparent

Forces its way into our world

White stays the course

Holding its arrogant head high

Black pushes white and there’s a smudge

White is so shocked to see gray

Gray has appeared from nowhere

Complicating things, a love triangle

Where there were once two

There are now three

And the smudge will not erase

Gray gets bigger blurring the line

Between two apparent choices


©Symanntha Renn


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