Stalemate

Two honest thinkers engage in simple discourse.
Truth be told, both hearts pitted and hollow,
though each knows that passion strikes discord
and so refrains; the civil path to follow.

Discussion states desires to be swallowed
in white and black, with nothing to distort--
no frantic fits of anger, fears, and sorrow
to sway the weaker thinker to resort.

Unfortunate, that this should be the course,
that true opinions clash with such appalling
contradiction, yet with such feeble force
that neither yields, and neither wins; Stalling.

Still,
Contempt and bitterness would be restored
if stagnant disagreements were ignored.

The End

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