If there were no restless nights, no morning dawn could lighten our fears.
Without the snow in winter, no summer breeze could warm our coldest years.
No East could exist without a West,
No right without a left,
No exhale would follow an inhale,
And no breathing could be!
No love would exist without hate,
No beauty without filthy waste,
No female to compliment the male,
And no children we’d see!
If there was absolutely no pain, where would we search for our comfort?
Without an approaching death, no life would ever live to exceed.
No finish without first starting,
No joy without our greatest sorrow,
No all until our absolute nothing,
And no thankfulness to be!
No present without our past,
No young without the old,
No morning without a nightfall,
And no sunrise to ever see!
Without tears falling from sensitive eyes, no smiles could ever be.
If there were no hard-fought battles, there would be no victory.
Without a disagreement to debate, no one could ever possibly agree.
If noise did not force a quiet refuge, no gratefulness for silence could be.
Without those willing to follow, no leader could lead.
No right without sometimes being wrong,
No peace on Earth without first conflict,
No harmony without a war,
And no powerful country existing to call home!
No truth without a lie,
No justice without inequality,
And no future perfect Kingdom to come!
No strong to protect the weak,
No white without black,
And all shades in between,
There would simply be none of us for we would’ve long failed to succeed!
No goodness without evil,
No reason without doubt,
And no doubt there to even believe!
No safety without injury,
No thirst without drought,
No hero without villain,
And no One King with a Crown!
No question without the answer,
No passion without first indifference,
No blessing without curse,
And no lost to be found!
Without a world full of darkness,
There would also be,
No Light to see!