THOSE JUDGEMENTAL EYES
How quick is someone
To pass a judgement,
On the figure, look, attair
And every single movement.
How easily people critic
You are right or wrong,
And this set of mind will never be in track
Rather will pass so long.
People raise their eyebrows
Encountering a fat, slim or small,
The fact is they think themselves superior
And confidently judge one and all.
Judging someone is a simple task
Which one can easily pass,
It aims to offend others
And is like pouring tea in a tass.
Look, you not different
Still they ignore your worth,
Judgement is a first bitter truth
Faced even at the time of birth.
The moment you saw the world
You were judged for your weight and colour,
If your own members happily did it
Then for strangers you should not put an expression of pallor.
The eyes of judgement
Is filled with secrets and lies,
They will always mock you from behind
But will never dare to meet your eyes.
Judgement is a part of life
And there's nothing to worry,
Act of judging will surely lie on their soul
So wait for the turn and let their deeds end in scurry.