You Should Not Judge - Poem by serena dalton
Please don't look just at my face
or judge me by my temporary place.
Please don't laugh, this is a serious case.
People stare at what i wear
or how i did my hair.
but they don't realize
if they look deep down
I wouldn't seem so much like a clown.
From the outside
I'm shy, and insecure.
but get to know the real me
and you'll find
that theres more to me
than the eye can see.
If you just get through the tough wall i've built,
I have a sensitive side.
Its not all pain and guilt.
This is the reason why
you should not judge
cause theres a little more to me
than what you all choose to see.
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