Judge Me Not

Judge me not
For I am I am only human
Flesh and bones

Judge me not
My past
Isn’t where I belong

Look into my eyes,
My heart and soul you shall see
Everything I've been through brought out the best in me

No regrets
Sorrow or pain
Lessons learned bridges burned
And another story to my name

by Ashli Bussey

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an enchanting poem. Love life as it is, melting snowman and all and not a cement distortion
come on crystal palace we love you
I love this poem it really makes my think a bit deeper into life
I agree with Helena Pearce, I think the beauty of a snowman is in it's ephemeral quality. In fact I think this is about appreciation of beauty. After going out with someone for so long, you often don't appreciate their beauty as much as you did when you first met them. The appreciation of beauty fades with familiarity.
His troubled relationship with a remote and distant father are well dramatized here. He remains unable to separate the joys of childhood from the painful acceptance of broken promises but is acutely aware that the clock is ticking and the past cannot be re built.
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