Francis Duggan


Not Of The Few - Poem by Francis Duggan

When i say the judgmental are not of the few
You may say to this do tell us what is new
You are judged by your take home pay and the size of your car
Wherever people socialize the judgmental are

Though on the equality of people the broad minded insist
They are talking of something that does not exist
Equality never has been or never will be
Though this is quite a sad thing would you not agree

We have learned as we live since we learned how to crawl
But there is no such a thing as a fair go for all
Since money has become so much a part of human life
Even among wealthy people inequality is rife

And judgmental people who on their right to judge take pride
Play their part in upholding the social divide
Like judgmental people of inequality the Human World will never be free
Suppose this is how it is and it always will be.

Topic(s) of this poem: judgement

Form: Verse


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 27, 2017



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