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Who are you to judging?
Did you forget your skeletons behind the doors?
You rant and rave about everyone else,
Yet, you forgot about yours.

Nobody is perfect,
Each have regrets they made in life,
One day yours will surface,
Oh, they will come to light.

A picture perfect world,
Is what you want others to see,
Deep down the truth is known,
Your mistakes to be.

Don't pass judgement,
Until you look into yourself,
You can't buy happiness,
It can't be bought with wealth.

Each scar we carry,
Is a stepping stone of our life,
Some let it appear,
Others cover it up with lies.

You bring others down,
Just to please you,
Your history book tells all,
Will eventually see what's true.
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Poetry.com 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Dusty Burkhamer More than 1 year ago
I can relate..Nice wording. 
Cece Sparkle More than 1 year ago
I love your poem <3 I'm currently writing a poem about three young girls who bullied me just because they think they're that.
Matt Dahlstrom More than 1 year ago
making new friend
Nicholas Goffredo More than 1 year ago
Your revelations are wrapped up in a powerful mixture of metaphor and imagery that Is uniquely distinct. Really enjoy your work. Can you review my poem titled Plasma? Thanks!!!
Darlene Boucher Schorr 9 months ago
Loved it!  If only everyone would think before they talk.
Sosuke Ken 3 months ago
Great work
TIMOTHY 27 days ago
I thought it was pretty good. I am not professional but it seemed to flow better than most.
bijim dominic 9 months ago
Good one
Nick Alopolas More than 1 year ago
You did
Amy Luxon 2 days ago
I think we ALL know that one hypocrate out there who judges everyone els like they have never done anything 
Jermarian Cobb 22 days ago
It is creative
Vanessa Siegell-Sotak 9 months ago
It's good i like the message
Bob Brennan More than 1 year ago
I gave you 3 stars on the structure and gentle rhyme scheme, I read a couple other poems you wrote and haven't reviewed then yet, this isn't your best. You have good imagery usually, this feels like you wrote from boredom not emotion.
Jordan Bute 28 days ago
I enjoy the formality used in addressing your reader directly.  It is intense and erotic, though makes us worry of our vainness and ego.  I cannot imagine confronting my longings in a similar fashion.
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