Francis Duggan


Don'T Judge Me - Poem by Francis Duggan

Don't judge me I'm not one that you do know
Just treat me as a would be friend not a potential foe
I am one who comes from a distant place
Though we all belong to the one human race
What you think of me is your business not mine
And that you have your beliefs surely suits me fine
That our different ways make us interesting would you not agree
But we see in others what we want to see
In thinking we may seem quite far apart
But we all are prone to affairs of the heart
We fall in and out of love we laugh we cry
To every human being this does apply
Don't judge me I am just an ageing man
And just like you I am one on a time span.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 11, 2008



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