There is no light if there is no darkness.
No courage without fear.
And no vision without blindness.
Yet what is sinister and what is noble, one knows not.
For perception deceives all.
For it creates a divide.
Unknowing that two ends of a circle must meet in the end.
Deeds done in failing light may seem not kingly.
Covered by lightless fog, keen eyes pierce through.
For the truth is never hidden.
Yet truth is a perception after all.