Black and White

It would be a much simpler world

If it was all in black and white.

The blues of thought

Wouldn't mix with

The reds of passion

And the yellows of the world's questions

Would sit quietly unanswered.

But, the world is very bright

And the colors love to cause chaos

That's too hard on the eyes.

So they mingle and mix

And create new colors

That make you second guess

The purples from greens,

The right from wrong,

The truth from lies

That would, otherwise, be so clear

If it was all in black and white.

This poem is about: 
Our world


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