I'm thankful to say that this poem isn't aimed at anyone specifically, but it may be something we are all likely to suffer from at some stage: judging without knowing a person well (you might say prejudice, but I feel this goes further into a relationship than that covers). 

It can get even worse if the judge is proud and stands assuredly by their foolish decision of "this is exactly how that person is, always is, and ever shall be." with no thought to humble acceptance of mistake.

WHAT YOU SAY GOES
Take what you think you heard in that song,
Add it to what you want him to say,
Plus what you've always known she has done,
And there you have it; everything they are.

Published by Andrew Davies