Poems About: JUSTICE
Poems on / about :
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1.On the Innate Drive For What is Right
As life bled, martyrdom flared its buds.
Repression, red from irritation,
Rendered chinks and cracks; but thuds of
Armament - in cowardice - accomplice of the read more »Mark R Slaughter
2.' Justice... '
… Slow Justice
Is Better Than No Justice
… I Just Want Justice and Peace read more »MoonBee Canady
3.Justice is Just This
What is justice?
This unapparent fairness
Supposed to combine rather than divide
Just a word that likes to hide read more »Aadil Malik
What is justice all about?
No path, no explanation,
Just feeling shaped by morality, read more »chandra yusuf
Where is it
In close door or
In open court read more »gajanan mishra
6.Justice stands still
When justice stands still
only the fool hearted,
will contemplate pursuing even the most just of causes,
when justice stands still, read more »tinashe severa
7.justice be my hero
She rose out the water finally.
Justice got tired of the underwater crulity,
drowning and gasping for air all those years,
she couldn't survive one more day underwater read more »celia hinojosa
Justice, justice, justice!
Where art thou? ye Stewarth?
Justice is the very warmth of an inn,
When interred from the bitter slippery, frosty storm. read more »Archie Greenidge
Satiated, desiring but not having enough food to offer some, is also poverty,
Sheltered, wishing, but failing to accommodate a guest, is also poverty,
Treated, prescribed, but unable to effort better treatment is also poverty,
Clothed, requiring but can't afford sufficient to meet the need is also poverty, read more »Palas kumar Ray
Gaps remain.Alas! In gaps
Flying wishes forgetting to fly fall.
Desires soldering dreams suddenly stall. read more »Palas kumar Ray
justice is for the people who are bad
justice is the people who have done
justice is for the cruel people of the word
justice is what people will need if they dont learn read more »brandi reissig
12.Cant Get No Justice
in them poverty chains
cant get no justice
in them sterile white courts. read more »Eric Cockrell