Judgemental

See the mirrors that surround,
reflections grow so abound,
before looking all around,
search within, deep, and profound.

What you judge will come to be,
bite your tongue before you speak.
Set the fate of loved ones free,
cease critique so they can peak.

Let your eyes serve as a door,
exposing what forms your core.
Clear escapes from inner wars,
as contempt crawl out your pores.

Separate wraths with a sieve,
swallow pride to then forgive.
What you get is what you give,
live your life, let others live.

– Grace Y. Estevez – Reddy

Condemn

Reflections show
while casting stones.
Judgments are thrown,
yours hide alone
.

Unseen disguise,
eyes in a veil.
Swallow bad deeds
sighs are exhaled.


Looking outside,
escape within.
Choose not to see,
deep-rooted sins.


Secure the cage
well kept inside,
hidden secrets
no one can find.


All concealed guilts
the heart knows well.
Let the stones lay
where they once fell
.

– Grace Y. Estevez-Reddy

Judgments

People think I am crazy,
I think they are all lazy.
Too lazy to see,
life can be care free.

People think I am crazy,
I think they are all lazy.
Too lazy to know,
this world is a show.

People think I am crazy,
I think they are all lazy.
Too lazy to fight,
what they fear inside.

People think I am crazy,
I think they are all lazy.
Too lazy for truth,
still expecting proof.

People think I am crazy,
I think they are all lazy.
Too lazy to find,
what ignites their mind.

People think I am crazy,
I think they are all lazy.
Too lazy to be,
anything like me.

– Grace Y. Estevez-Reddy

Refined

Emotions raped
from were I stand.
Eagerly try
to understand.

My heart is pure,
nothing like yours.
My soul the cure,
for the obscure.

Smile towards me,
I will grin back.
My energy,
will not attack.

I mirror you,
in what you see,
when you form flaws,
while watching me.

Slander my name,
I turn my face,
within my time,
you have no space.

Your frazzled ways,
I will not take.
Reclaim the peace,
you take away.

Remaining strong,
I stand for me.
The only heart,
I can foresee.

– Grace Y. Estevez-Reddy

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