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Black and White

Black and White

What do you see in the night?

When all just seems black and white


My mind fathoms what my eyes witness

A tale so hidden, is what thus I’ll cite


Relaying the sinner’s tweaks and ills

Too oft the layman’s daily delight


However, we notice not the open truth

One’s doing causes the other’s plight


Your own deeds can trigger others for sure

To do what’s wrong or what is right


And who might guess the sinner repented?

Forgiven by His Lord, he reached a new height


So, judge not for how things are for the sight

It’s always grey in life, never black and white



About The Author

Sana Shafiq

I will probably be found near cats.