“Nothing is black and white,” I say.
Good and evil. Right and Wrong. It’s all relative.
Morality is a social construct.
You laugh and say,
“One day you’ll be brave enough to take a stand
For what you believe in, and for what you know to be just and true.
And when they come for you,
There’ll be no switching sides in the name of relativism.”
One day you’ll have to choose.
Not between black or white,
But to run, or to fight.
2 thoughts on “12.4 Gray Morality (Poem)”
I love your writing style! do you prefer poetry or prose?
I’m definitely a prose writer! What about yourself?
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