Duality - Mizeta Moon

By night we build dream castles.

By day we tear them down.

Slip from fire to ice,

Stand up to tumble down.

We go from light to dark,

First left, then right.

Up a while, then down again,

In for a time, then out.

Yin and yang,

Pain to pleasure,

A plummeting ride to safe harbor.

The more we learn the less we know.

To become whole we come unglued.

To one we’re nice, the next gets rude.

A world of duality is the sole reality,

The rest is what we think it is,

And that’s usually absurd.

There is no one without the other,

No truth without a lie.

Separate the something and nothing would remain.

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