Between light and darkness, sandwiched between the sun and the moon, trapped within day and night lie two phenomena which has engrossed gazers and thinkers alike – dawn and dusk.
We all know the day. Its the span of the twenty four hour clock when you can see what you’re shown. When the world bustles into activity, to hustle in the tussle of individual battles. It’s when the normal people do their work, shuttling between the monotonous regimes of bounds they have twisted themselves into. It’s run by the same sun that fed your ancestor and feeds you too. The day, is the white.
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