Title: "How Dare You"
Genres: Emotional, Reality, the Truth
Music Inspiration: [link]
"This Song Is About You" by Olly Murs
Human beings judge. We judge ourselves; we judge other people; we judge what we do and don't understand; we judge what we love and hate. We judge everyone and everything because it's apart of our nature.
Some people have self-management over the judgments they make. Sometimes we take into consideration our own experiences and try to understand what is different. We attempt to take into perspective the other person's feelings and relate to them.
But there are some people who judge with such careless fervor. They make foul, unnerving and ruthless judgments on what they don't like. Some of them even have the audacity to judge what they don't like, yet they take part in it. They say one thing and do the opposite.
If you have done something wrong in the past, don't judge people who have done the same, or do it now. If you have people you care about that have taken part in a wrong, don't hate others who have done the same. If you commit a wrong, don't scold others if they have committed it as well.
Feedback is always welcome. Enjoy!
This poem and the writing (c) Me.
EDIT: Fixed the category from "Free Verse" to "Urban & Spoken Word".