Meriam Joseph

Freshman - 775 Points (30/08/1999 / Kerala, India)

Judge The Unknown - Poem by Meriam Joseph

You know not what I know
You see not what I see
So if you don't know me
I say, you mustn't judge me.

And every beat my heart fakes,
Is bleeding desperation to survive
Nightmares wake me up from life
God, I'm losing my mind.

Tears that never knew the taste of soil
Screams locked up inside
And in the cold weather I burn alive
Hope cracking like thin ice

And all I am is all my fault
I failed to choose what; s right
Insult me all you want
It's not the worst in this life

But you know not what I know
You see not what I see
So if you don't know me
I say, you mustn't judge me.

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Topic(s) of this poem: judgement


Poet's Notes about The Poem

'his poem is about all those times people have judged you for something as fake as your outward self. People only see the side you want them to see and nothing more. So this is to all who have been judged for someone they are not'

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Poem Edited: Sunday, October 18, 2015


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