Ibrar Siddiqi

Rookie - 0 Points (28.02.1970 / United Kingdom)

So quick to judge


Why is it, people are so quick to judge
whether it is your colour, race or religion.
I just hate when people make comments.
Just because you are ignorant
it soon shows,

There was a pretty Goth
who was the victim of an attack.
A bunch of animals killed her
Just becuase she dressed in black.
My heart breaks when animals strike.
I just want to kill those who dislike.

I may not know about your life
But I would rather know you for who you are.
If I dont like what I see
I don't say anything for you to hate me.

Hatred is a stong emotion.
But Love is the answer.
Life is too short to worry
about the little things.
Put away your hate and anger
Go say hello to a complete stranger.
I see people walikng their dogs
Or out for a run.
Saying hello gives me a lift
Makes bridges and not divide
For hate, creates a rift.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, April 16, 2008
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  • Rookie - -1 Points Ivan Donn Carswell (4/15/2008 1:55:00 PM)

    A well expressed sentiment Ibrar. You have a proof-reading chore to do however, although it does not detract from the poem's central theme. Rgds, Ivan (Report) Reply

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