61 / 100
Judge me not by the colors of my skin nor by the hollows in 206 bones left in me, judge me not by my accent nor by the scars left by the epithelial layers that surround my dermis, for I have walked the tightrope smiling next with bruises on my melanin face.
Judge me not by my height nor by the width of my malnourished size, judge me not by my zest nor by what I handicap to owe for I am just a human who has been through a whole lot of quest.
Judge me not by what you see nor by the stories you heard of me, judge me not by what I feel nor by the openness of my heart and soul, for I am just a mortal, imperfect from head to toe.
Judge me not by what you think of me nor by the execution of your rights and lordship over me, judge me not by my race nor by my nationality for my Negritude if justifiable is not in my attitude.
Judge me by not by what I am, or by the strength wrought upon me by my melanin for there lie my weakness and symbol of being who I am.
Judge me not below your feet, nor beat me below my breath, for we co-shared in this imperfect Nature. Please, judge me Not.