I Don’t Know Why

I don’t know why
And I really don’t care why
Some are quick to judge
And driven by
Wrong perceptions
And unrealistic expectations
When all that is needed is just
One good heart to see and
One good soul to feel
What our naked eye cannot perceive

Published by michnavs

Philippine-born Michelle Navajas, currently residing in Malaysia. Michelle authored the book “After – Rain Skies: A Million Stars” for PWW during their Million Stars campaign. Graduated with a Master of Education majoring in English in the Philippines, Michelle was a former college professor, teaching literature, speech & oral communication, creative writing, drama, and theatre arts. Michelle is active in her writing profession and works as a freelance creative writer. Michelle passionately blogs at www.michnavs.wordpress.com, where you can find her prose and poetry on love, life, motherhood, and her advocacy on abuse and violence. A published author on Spillwords NYC https://spillwords.com/what-if-snowflakes-dont-fall-in-winter/ Her poem “Again” is published on three platforms, on MEDIUM -an International Writers and Readers Space, AFRICA WRITERS CARAVAN, and at WOMAWORDS LITERARY PRESS. kindly go check the following links –https://womawordsliterarypress.home.blog/2020/06/29/imagining-life-after-the-ravaging-virulent-covid-19-pandemic-a-special-journal/ –https://personalitiesofinspiration.wordpress.com/2020/06/29/imagining-life-after-covid-19-a-womawords-june-edition/

63 thoughts on “I Don’t Know Why

  1. Many a good soul is judged without a thought. Yet those who are harmful are let go without question. It is a gift to be able to see into a soul this gift is given by Our Heavenly Father so we have advance warning of people’s intent. Good poem well written.

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  2. YES, to true, SweetMich! Such a great and important write! Thank you! 🙂
    (((HUGS)))
    PS… “It’s easy to judge. It’s more difficult to understand. Understanding requires compassion, patience, and a willingness to believe that good hearts sometimes choose poor methods. Through judging, we separate. Through understanding, we grow.” – Doe Zantamata

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