Who are you?
Who are you to judge me?
From so far away
A different time, different place
What goes for you doesn’t necessarily go for me
What offends may be common place
Meaning may be lost
History and circumstance give other mores
Lost to those outside
To knowingly offend requires you to know what offends
To plan for it and use it rapier like with word and deed
Not to stumble upon it by accident, with no intention
So do not judge me, but judge yourself,
See yourself with others eyes
And how what you do looks in the cold light of day.