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The Dance Between Darkness and Light

Where there is good, there is bad

By Margaret PanPublished 3 years ago 1 min read
The Dance Between Darkness and Light
Photo by Fabrice Villard on Unsplash

A mother staring at her baby for the first time

A teenage girl having her first kiss

An old man hugging his grandson

A little boy opening his Christmas gifts


A cat sitting on your lap

Your mother cooking your favorite food

Your lover saying I love you

Your daughter saying you're her hero


A little girl overcoming a serious disease

A dog seeing its owner after a long time

A woman landing the job of her dreams

A couple watching a beautiful sunset


A woman finding out she's pregnant

A doctor saving a patient from certain death

A man proposing to his girlfriend

A boy receiving his first salary


Being told how special you are

Hearing your children's laughter

Seeing your students' accomplishments

Watching your daughter's graduation


“The dance between darkness and light will always remain — the stars and the moon will always need the darkness to be seen, the darkness will just not be worth having without the moon and the stars.”

― C. JoyBell C.

surreal poetry

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Margaret Pan

Words have power.

I write about relationships, psychology, personal development, and books.


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