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Nature's Immortal Dance

Nature's Immortal Dance

Lilting, harmonic
A light tune plays near
Tilting, demonic
The chords twist, shatter my ear

Two sides of the same coin
Fire battles frost
They turn, fuse and join
One defeats the other, and lost

Which will prevail?
Light, or shadows?
Like metal without the nail
Like grass without the meadows

A neverending circuit
A sphere without edges
Emerald bushes were cut
By the gardener, the hedges

One burns, the other cools
What is a hero without a villain?
As useful as a plumber without tools
As perfect as a circle in a square fill-in

A constant battle, an eternal struggle
A gymnast's perfect balance
A toddler learning to juggle
Nature’s immortal dance.

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