Ramesh Anand

Rookie - 10 Points (07-12-1980 / Kumbakonam)

Justitia Versus Justice


Justitia's dark pose is a golden allegory
Justice's present pose depicts dark imagery
Unifies reason, justice, objectivity and balance
Upgrades putridness, injustice, subjectivity and imbalance
Sanctions responsibility, power, growth and wisdom
Salutes payoff, baron, egotism and kingdom
Touches equalitarianism, objectivism and platonism
Teaches prejudgement, escapism and abstractionism
Imbibes ethics, positivism and lowliness
Inspires iniquity, negativism and pridefulness
Targets perfection, truth and universal friendship
Creates imperfection, falsity and eternal enemity
Incites every soul to be a similar role model
Encourages every soul to master this trade.
And endlessly poses in every society to allegorise it.

Submitted: Saturday, January 21, 2012
Edited: Saturday, January 21, 2012
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