Polarity brings clarity.
From sadness to hilarity.
The night seeks day.
The wrong sees right.
The grounded sparrow.
Yearns for the flight.
The blind man seeks.
His once lost sight.
The weak in spirit.
A return to might.
The strength within.
Like a dearest friend.
Is just the beginning
And not the end.
In conclusion we realize
No matter the severity
Mortality is the great disguise.
Of God's Divine Polarity.
Observe the sky,
it has two ends,
the Lunar and the Solar,
It appears to me,
My religious friends,
that God must be bi-Polar.
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