Tracy Rollings

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Don'T Judge Me - Poem by Tracy Rollings

You see me sitting there
tear drops in my eyes
look at my swollen face
and then act so surprised.

Tell em you can't believe
that someone could do this
beat up on a little child
hit him with there fist.

Please look into my eyes
tell me what you see
put yourself in my place
and trade places with me.

Feel pain that never ends
try to wear a pretty smile
take a walk in my shoes
and walk a country mile.

Think the thoughts I do
feel fear that lives within
lay in bed at night
knowing it will happen again.

Coming from all the abuse
I learn to be a man
doing what I think is right
helping everyone that I can.

So before you judge me
please know all the facts
know where I came from
and I won't go back.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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