Dear Judgement*

*Part of the  free verse “Dear Series” collaboration with my poetry Queen, my dear soul-sister, my cheerleader and encourager, my lovely friend, Nandita of Manan Unleashed.

Dear Judgement*

Once accepted,
I can’t be erased.
Once received,
I can’t be fazed.

Once you enter
you are usually seen.
Empathy is my mentor
I will not let you in.

I break hearts,
and infect minds,
turn lies to art,
make truths blind.

Hearts gets bleeding
You are so unkind.
A parasite feeding
on the feeble mind.

With self-righteous man,
I will surely flourish.
Cause there is no one
better than all he is.

You’re so hell bent
I hope you do your penance.
Dear Judgement,
I bid you good riddance.

Photo: DeviantArt

Thank you again my dear Nandita for another fierce yet meaningful collab! Your are the queen of stanzas, no doubt. ❤

Read the rest of our Dear-Series:

Dear Distance

Dear Envy

Dear Hatred

Dear Failure

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45 thoughts on “Dear Judgement*

  1. Ahhh I love this!! This poem in particular had such a great flow to it and it sounded like a conversation since every stanza switched perspectives from “I” to “you” and that worked really well here.

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    1. I’m glad you saw that Jade. That’s how Rose and I always do it, she becomes the personification of the particular emotion and I the dispeller of it (well I try 🙂

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  2. A great write from both you ladies! It is a pleasure to see two beautiful minds put together to pour out their hearts. May you both keep shining!
    Blessings,
    Dajena ❤

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  3. Even with the title, this reads like an ancient riddle. But judgment is a riddle, due to our lack of understanding and our skill with it. It is fact and mystery, and you two command exploring each part. Congratulations–and thank you!

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  4. Wonderful collaboration with Nadita. I very much enjoyed this like you were having a conversation with judgement and standing up to him. Telling him where he’ll end up in the end because empathy and acceptance wins. Well written you both!

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