Judge Me Not - Poem by Christina Sunrise
If you are not attached to your physical form
you wouldn't care what was the norm.
You wouldn't care what people thought of you
because that is not really you which has them confused.
So judge me not and judge not the world
we live in appearance haven't you heard?
So who really cares if your hair is blue?
Who really cares if you have 2 different shoes?
Maybe o.k. if you are in the public eye
Or maybe you could get away with it because
you are setting the style.
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