Doris June Fields

(Newburgh, New York)

Why Judge - Poem by Doris June Fields

Please judge me not by my outer shell.
Judge me not from what others tell.
Do not take heed of my skin.
Please, it does not matter if I am fat or thin.
Does it matter, if I am dumb or smart?
No! just look at what God has put into my heart.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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