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Accused, humiliated and chastened Guilty of being naive, kiddish and candid "I'm sorry ", I said. And then Fancied did I as well "I'm sorry too" From you_ Don't you think to me it was due?
What we must realize is that our mind and mouth are connected. Many times what we say comes from what we think. And our words are shaped by our thoughts. Our heart and hand are also connected with each other.
before you judge before you point and laugh before you mock someone think about this what do you really know about them that boy with the bruises on his legs he gets abused at home
As people, we’re always judgmental Some of us pick on others Until that person is dismantled I hate that this is a dog eat dog world Where is the positivity for the boys and girls?
It's hard to realize that the people around us Walk different steps, Wear different shoes, Go different ways. We often lack Sympathy. But we have excessive Judgement.
My race, the color of my skin shouldn't affect how you view meWhat you should be looking at is that which you cannot see
I'm myself for the world to see, but the world disapproves. I observe others mimicking their actions and trends, but the world laughs at my attempts. I ignore the world,
You judged me
She takes the dagger and thrusts it into her heart. Why did things have to turn out this way?
For as long as I remember, she told me it was sick That I should never look at one that way It bothered me that she said things like that She wanted me to be perfect, her miracle
My tears have begin to dry, but I can still hear the whispers as I walk by. Though loud as a dog's bark, it's as quiet as mouse's yawn. They see me, but not my pain.
Open the book first Before you judge it. It may be a habit or possibly a curse, Regardless don't speak about others, Unless you know them well, Close like brothers.
Take my eyes away and blanket me in darkness the world of color doesn't just belong to artists. I never knew blue or red or yellow what is this black you speak of fellow?
I once heard the saying “Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked t