The Testament Standing On Your Soapbox
by Kenny Roberts
Copyright 2016 Coyotes Publishing
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Must Be Nice
To be able to stand on your own soapbox
To look down at the world making you feel superior
I wonder what dirty things you had to do to get that high.
Now you use it to judge others.
Something tells me you were once like us
You were judged and you swore you wouldn’t change.
Funny what money and power do.
Judge Those Who Are Different
So you stand above all, feeling your own power.
Ones that your afraid of you judge
You choose not to hire.
Upfront you say “not qualified” deep down you know
You know yourself the soapbox you stand on is….
One must never throw stones in a glass house.
You took things one step further.
Your glass house is a soapbox
It’s how you make yourself happy.
Each day, you stand up and you judge
But don’t worry, glass doesn’t last forever.
It tends to crack and get fragile
Unless he be judged
Unlike you who do judge
Feeling like you have power
Your power, gives you the power to make mistakes
To fall to the ground.
It’s a long, long way down.
I bet you’ll have a hard time getting back up.
I know you seen darkness when you looked into my eyes
Since you knew that the light at the end of your tunnel, was closed.
Which is why you chose not to push me to round two.
But don’t worry.
You shall learn from your mistakes