Read Me

Poem By Teri-Louise Caterer

Do not judge me by the way I look,
Do not judge the contents by the cover of the book.
Pink satin bows may not mean I'm nice inside,
My black leather jacket doesn't indicate an evil mind.
This isn't how you'd like to be judged yourself,
Reach out and open that book upon your shelf.
Take away the clothes and look deep into the words,
You shouldn't judge the temperament by the feathers of the birds.
After sentence and paragraph you might get to like me,
Then your first bad impressions of me may seem unlikely.
Do not judge the contents by the cover of the book,
Do not judge me by the way I look.

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