tkamb poem

May 24, 2011
By Desaree Renaud BRONZE, San Diego, California
Desaree Renaud BRONZE, San Diego, California
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Being judgmental is habitual
you can’t avoid it
it’s a community ritual
mostly unspoken, but everyone knows it.
I’d rather go around with lies about me
than humble myself to their standards
Keeping to myself from their committee
they hang on my every unseen move like a lanyard

Its sad to say that they have their opinions
when they haven’t even said one word
but I can think of a million
They should have been blamed for killing a mocking bird
I personally like my privaacy
keeping to myself and family
and I do it rather efficiently
I couldn’t care less quite frankly.


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