Too Grey


A refugee of belonging
A refugee of acceptance
I’m still not sorry for who I am
An enemy of repentance.

Too white for black circles
Shunted by my own
Too black for white circles
Abandoned by those of which I have known

Yet I see no color
My heart is truly blind
A soul, terribly lost at sea
One a cruel world has left behind

Too black?
Too white?
No, too grey.
You don’t care about color either?
Well, touche.


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