Good vs. Evil

Good vs. Evil

A Chapter by Evan Kleve

Good vs. Evil

The ever classic good vs. evil.

We stand here watching as a man dressed in white, symbolizing good and peace, fights a man dressed in black, symbolizing evil and chaos. They are equally matched. They each have their fair share of hits and dodges. Watch as they knock each other down. As the other gets up. It is as if they are playing tug of war, gaining length then loosing it.

But think about it. If one didn't have the other, where would we be?

If there was only evil, or bad, there would be constant war everywhere. Treason. Children killing their parents. Parents killing their children. Constant depression and anger. Not a second for rest. Always fighting to survive. There would be no such thing as a centralized government. We would live as savages.

If there was only good, we wouldn't have great literature, drama, or songs. Things would be to perfect. People would get bored. The population would be drastically high with no wars. Every thing would be perfect. Think of all the jobs that wouldn't be needed. But of course, everyone who needed a job would have a job, because everything was good.

But in all reality, if there had never been either in the world, we wouldn't have known any different. So I leave you with the thought, aren't you glad there is both?


© 2011 Evan Kleve


Author's Note

Evan Kleve
I know, I know. It's not in story mode. I have a feeling the whole book will end up not being in story mode. But hey, this is fun! Right?

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this is REALLY good! and i think its kinda deep but still good.

Posted 10 Years Ago


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Well i feel stupid now. I just realized this was part of a book. Well it's beautiful, every piece. You're really gonna be an amazing person.

Posted 10 Years Ago


You know what, I really can't wait to see where this is going to go, and to read more. Because your views on this are so clear, and correct. If we had all good, where would we be without the music that expresses what is not good, and literature and such. Very wise of you ;3
I like this a lot. You no longer have to read request---I'll be checking back to see when there's more :) Good job

Posted 10 Years Ago


I love this. You've given the reader something to think about, while not over doing it, or driving the reader crazy! So great job there :) I agree with Twinkle. I like how you started this off with an icon of good vs. evil. It was an interesting take on good vs. evil :) So, again, great job there. I actually like how ech chapter isn't really in "story mode" It's different and new, and quite fun :) It is a little story, without being writtten like one :) Over all, I love this. It's fabulous :)

Posted 10 Years Ago


i like this it is good i mean you put allot into it and how people might feel

Posted 10 Years Ago


I like it! I think I know how to make this into more of a book. With each chapter, create a short story like example for each one. So for this one, you'd write a 'tale' or some story that shows how good cannot be without evil, and vice versa. But if you do this keep what you have already written, because it gives a good basis as to what the story's message is going to be.

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I love how the story started with the two evil vs. good icons. Also, I liked how you made a reference to how we can be nothing without literature. Very nice descriptive language. Well written! :)

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