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No Judgement

It’s not fair to judge people because of the way they were born
Lost Alone Broken . . .
People feel this way when they are hurt
They can feel . . .
Useless Unwanted Afraid and forgotten
It is not fair for them to have to feel this way
It’s not fair  to judge people because of the way they were born
When you judge someone it can hurt you like a knife
You feel . . .
Guilty, Upset, maybe even mad
Everyone makes mistakes
Nobody’s perfect
Some people need prosthetic body parts
Others need something as simple as glasses or braces
It's not fair to judge people because of the way they were born
They have feelings and everyday thoughts just like anyone
Some have their voices trapped inside and can’t talk
They have so much they want to say but can’t
Others need wheelchairs to get around
It’s not fair to judge people because of the way they were born
A lot of people’s first impressions are
“Ew get away from me” or “Wow I would hate to be them”
I try not to think like that
I try and see past the differences
I think about how thankful I am that it wasn’t me
Everyone makes mistakes
Nobody’s perfect
Its not fair  to judge people because of the way they were born
You never know what may happen to that person in the future
And how people may treat you because of it
Try and be a friend to those who need it
And not just do things in your own self interest
You may save a life or make a friend
Or maybe not
But this world needs practice on respecting others
And it may as well start today




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