Donít Judge meÖ
Donít judge me by looks, neither by my race.
Donít complain about my worries, nor because my taste.
Donít hate me for my religion, for it is what I believe.
Donít sit here and back talk the world, for it will not relieve.
Donít despise me for my interests, or for my complex maze.
Donít dislike my sexuality, for I was born this way.
Donít hate me for my hair, all colors bleed the same.
Donít forget Iím standing here, yet I do have a name.
Donít judge me by my voice, we all donít sound alike.
Donít yell into the crowd, and laugh at whatís not right.
Donít complain about my emotions, for what I cannot control.
Donít sit here still wondering, what next is there to be told?
Donít despise me for my fortunes, or what I cherish most.
Donít judge me by my home to stay, on or off the coast.
Please tell me you can hear thisÖ Tell me you know now.
That you shall never judge someone, for what you cant allow.
We all are different, and have our own tastes.
We canít all share the same, but within others hasteís-
Who knows what can happenÖ even a day from today.
So please, do not judge meÖ for what you cannot say.
I know I often say this; itís nagging in my mind.
Itís sad and true but can be helped form all of human kind.
Itís something we all can prevent, and open though our eyes.
We all should learn, from this place, and stop to improvise.
For if thereís no tomorrow, and somehow we all die.
Then think about the guilt you feelÖ and all the shredded lies.