YOU DON’T KNOW ME, DON’T JUDGE ME


You know my first name

You even know my last name

You indeed know my genetic father, but

You don’t know me, don’t judge me

You don’t know what I have seen or heard

You know not my prayers unheard

You have no clue of my struggles or complaints

Don’t judge me, because you don’t really know me

You can’t imagine exactly what I have been through

You can’t even understand how I made it through

You never saw my tears

You never hear my midnight cries while you’re deep asleep

You don’t know me, don’t judge me

You don’t know my words nor my actions

You even don’t have a clue about my thoughts

You don’t know my pains before my aches nor do you know my journey before I began

You don’t know me, so don’t judge me……………….Image

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29 thoughts on “YOU DON’T KNOW ME, DON’T JUDGE ME

  1. You are so right. But I’ve also learned that I must share my story, the only person I hurt when I keep my pain to myself is me. Through sharing my pain I let others in and am able to embrace the truth of who I am. People judge because they don’t know and I can’t blame them if I’m the one who’s never shared my story.

    1. Well, it turns out to be the other way round in this world of today, someone might know your story and everything but he still judge you the other way some how. Thank you Monica. Really appreciate and thanks for sharing too 🙂

  2. Very strong emotion running through this poem. Being judged at all, never mind being judged wrongly is very frustrating. You obviously feel very strongly about this. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. People who feel strongly against judging others, never say anything directly about being judged. They either express it through literature or don’t express it at all. Strange, but true. Awesome work.

  4. Hi, I love you poem I´m a Photographer and I´m plannig a project related to the subject and I wanted to ask you if I can use your poem in my phot book. Please reply.

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