EgogE... mirrored egos, right? clever. at first, i thought this was a type of tuning, but 'o' didn't make any sense.
so, are you really talking about one man's struggle with himself, or literally two people? i'll assume the former as it makes more sense.
what inspired this? seeing a musician up on stage in apparent conflict with himself? i've played live a good dozen times or so, and in my experience, there's always conflict in some way: "is it ever good enough? are people enjoying? oh my god, i just hit a bum note but i hope no-one heard it" ...that sort of thing.
or maybe this is one overall metaphor about how two men should just resolve their obvious differences and get along, move along to the music and just enjoy it, without bias and prejudice getting in the way, as evidenced by your last line: polar opposites, black/white, no grey ground, no harmony, etc.
It is very abstract. A man to man between the same person? One and one makes two and then back to one? EgogE? Abstract stuff is cool. But what does this mean? It is very image inducing. And swaying a bit -- but what does it all mean?