Why Judge Me? - Poem by angie arrant
Why judge ME
Why judge me because I can't meet your needs?
Why judge me because of the color beneath your sleeves
Why judge me because of the texture of my hair
Why judge me because I have to save up for bus fair
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Why do you insist on treating me like a freak?
Truth is you're no bigger or badder than
Last time I checked this was a free country
You make others feel weak because of your own flaws
Acting big and bad making up your laws
Like a tadpole telling a shark what to do
Alone in a deep dark hole waiting for others to get a clue
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