Rachel Fogle

Rookie (July 26,1977 / Baltimore, MD)

Judgement.....Without Knowledge - Poem by Rachel Fogle

As my days have come and gone I have found a beauty I never knew.
One that has touched my soul beyond reason and held my heart anew.

Yet others close beside me understand nothing of my choice.
Passing judgement....without knowledge and I weep from there harsh voice.

Still I pursue 'my' new found knowlegde and still have moments that run astray and yet just by looking in his eyes,
I feel my spirit lift away.
Its moments in his arms that make me know that I need this to.
Even knowing I am allowing myself to decieve those who love me to.

Judgement....without Knowledge leads many wondering far away.
Finding wrong in others doing, when they are not the ones who must have the say.

If I can have my hearts desire and know that he is mine,
For our moments together give me more then millions could ever buy.

I have felt a passion beyond word or phrase that can express my connection with him.
Only knowing that My Judgement with his knowledge has given me a wonderful gift.

The gift of taking all that there is, and laughing when times are hard.
The choice to make what we have wonderful,
And allow others to be wiped aside.

No one can make us believe what one chooses to ignore.
And no one can right the wrongs that others have decided are yours.

The judgement that lays before me,
Along with the Knowledge that I've gain,
Only makes me stronger,
Knowing his soul & mine are one and the same.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2005



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