Kaylo Littleton

Rookie (11-08-92 / Reno, Nv)

Judge Me - Poem by Kaylo Littleton

You may judge me for my race,
Or the hue and tint of my skin,
You may judge me for my upbringing,
Or the places my home has been,
You may judge me for my status,
Or by the way I'm ignored,
You may judge me for poverty,
Or things I couldn't afford,
You may judge me for my preference,
Towards which gender I attract,
You may judge me for my looks,
Or for my lack of tact,
You may judge me for my family,
People I can't control,
You may judge me for my religion,
Or the beliefs of my soul,
You may judge me for my knowledge,
Or lack of intelligence,
You may judge me for confusion,
Or things done in defense,
Although you may take one look,
And cast all friendly thoughts aside,
I shall not judge you,
And I'll hold my head high with pride,
So go ahead and spread your malice,
Delve in your ignorance,
But if you must cast upon me your judgement,
Then do something that makes sense,
Judge me for my actions,
Or the morals I defend,
Judge me for my confidence,
That shant waver or bend.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 4, 2010



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