Katie Countryman


Judging - Poem by Katie Countryman

You have been judged before
It's not your first
And I doubt it's your last
When you're one or
You're one hundred it doesn't matter
You've judged people before
We all have
I'm not going to lie
But I'm probably judging you right now
To your appearance to your personality
I'm okay if you judge me
I'm definitely far from perfect
Being judged is mainly the way of life
We all have haters
We have brothers
Sisters
Parents
And even the closet members will judge you
I know it's bad to judge someone
But it's hard not to
You look at someone what do you see?
A brunette with an old jacket
Aeropostle jeans
Ripped shoes
Stop there
You just judged them
Ripped shoes?
Once again with the judging
It's almost impossible to not judge
Time has a toll
From the past to the present to the future
Have you ever had a feeling someone was making fun of you?
They probably are
Even when you try not to
You do
It's the way of life


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 22, 2010



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