Balance

Disgust 

Hatred

Impurity 

Indignant

Anger

 

All emotions lost it the id of a soul

Swirling with a heavy passion

Yet to be known

Hidden like the secrets we burry

Buried deep in the darkest of our depths

Unwanted, all but forgotten

 

Guilt

Remorse 

Ethics

Morals

Grace

 

All emotions bound by the superego

Prancing with a delicate heart 

Always there

So light with purity

So very unwanted and ignored

For it makes you see the darkest of your sins,

Not even a grave by your hands can burry such realm of shame

 

Balance

Organized

Justice

Structured

Fair 

 

Where is the realistic ego that mediates

That alleviates inner turmoil 

Helps find the scale’s perfect weight

Some good, some bad 

Because we must admit

Without light we know not of darkness

Without darkness how does one appreciate light? 

This poem is about: 
Our world

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