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Judgement
by George Herbert

Almightie Judge, how shall poore wretches brook
Thy dreadfull look,
Able a heart of iron to appall,
When thou shalt call
For ev'ry man's peculiar book?

What others mean to do, I know not well;
Yet I heare tell,
That some will turn thee to some leaves therein
So void of sinne,

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by Tammy Darby

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Critique Of Judgement
by Andrew McNeillie

And suddenly the view looks as though
An artist had been busy with her pastels,
Blunting the mountains and the hills
With mist of cloud and blue-green shadow:

Things for which god knows I'm a soft touch
No matter I can see through the gauze
To Nature red in teeth and claws
And hardship far beyond her crayon's reach.


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Discernment
by Maeverik Foxwood

A person's true character

is revealed in the things

they do not mean

to show you.

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But Who Am I To Judge?
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

What is right and what is wrong...
What if it’s wrong for me but right for you...
Who am I to decide how you should behave...
Whose to dictate what we both should do...

Why is race a barometer for anything...
Who cares what gender you claim to be...
Who am I to judge your world’s truth...
There’s plenty of room for both you and me...


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But Who Am I To Judge?
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

What is right and what is wrong...
What if it’s wrong for me but right for you...
Who am I to decide how you should behave...
Whose to dictate what we both should do...

Why is race a barometer for anything...
Who cares what gender you claim to be...
Who am I to judge your world’s truth...
There’s plenty of room for both you and me...


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F Train Eavesdropping
by Julius Doogan

Tearing up the floor, staring with my eyes
Pineal opened up, poisoned by supply

Listening hard but what can I perceive?
My mind keeps fading and now I'm on my knees.
Battery's dead, both my phone and my head.
Sitting on the subway feeling half past dead.

The girl sitting across from me lies to her friend
Or at least I think she did, she’s playing with her hands

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Discernment
by Maeverik Foxwood

A person's true character

is revealed in the things

they do not mean

to show you.

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by Tammy Darby

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Critique Of Judgement
by Andrew McNeillie

And suddenly the view looks as though
An artist had been busy with her pastels,
Blunting the mountains and the hills
With mist of cloud and blue-green shadow:

Things for which god knows I'm a soft touch
No matter I can see through the gauze
To Nature red in teeth and claws
And hardship far beyond her crayon's reach.


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