Judge Me?

Judge Me?

A Poem by Collins
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A poem about the inner workings of a girl who more than often feels judged because of the body she walks around in instead of the person she actually is.

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Judge me?

You only know my name- not my story.

Judge me?

You don’t know what I’ve gone through.

Judge me?

You don’t know what I’ve overcome.

Judge me?

Do you really know what these scars on my wrists are from?

Judge me?

You only see what I choose to show you.

Judge me?

But eventually you’ll be judged too.


© 2012 Collins



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Its simple but good. This is the first of yours I have red and I think you can write well. I know that feeling of being judged go through that s**t everyday. I don't have any criticisms really.

Posted 5 Years Ago


I liked the repetition, very neat. Im not sure if I like the question mark at the end of each 'judge me', but I hate when people try to tell me about my punctuation, and there is probably a good reason for it. I liked this, dark, but thats teen angst for ya!

Posted 5 Years Ago



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Added on May 30, 2012
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Collins
Collins

Philadelphia , PA



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Well hey there!! My friends call me Collins (: I could be that girl that sits behind you during that one class, I could be the crazed fan screaming at the top of her lungs at your favorite band's .. more..

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