Before you Judge me

Wait, before you judge me,
Let me tell you where I’ve been.
Let me tell you all the songs I’ve sung;
The things I’ve done and seen.

Let me tell you stories of my victory’s,
And let’s all laugh at my defeats.

Wait, before you judge me,
Did you know when I was young,
My Mother abused me until,
She felt like she had won?
She left me black and blue inside.
My life began a tragedy; one that never shone.

Wait, before you judge me,
Have you heard of what I did?
I lived my life an adult,
When really I was just a kid.
I’ve done more living that most ever could;
Way more than you ever did.

Wait, before you judge me,
Don’t forget I’m human too.
Words hurt, but so does a fist,
And I’m bigger than you.
I’m a pacifist; a sweetheart,
But I’ve got a short fuse.

Don’t forget the things I’ve seen;
The places that you’ve never been.
You tell me stories of your dreams,
And I’ll tell you of my nightmares.

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