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Poems About: JUSTICE

In this page, poems on / about “justice” are listed.

  • 13.
    173. JUSTICE

    Justice begotten in exchange is no justice,
    For, exchange is trade,
    A distressing gain through loss;
    Justice is inherent right, read more »

    Praveen Kumar in Shobha Priya
  • 14.
    where's the freedom and justice?

    where's the freedom and justice?
    trapped behind bars
    watching lightning fast cars
    where's the freedom and justice? read more »

    tesla blackburn
  • 15.
    Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

    Justice seekers wait day after day,
    Month after month, year after year
    Even decade is passed but
    In course of justice they don’t hear. read more »

    S.D. TIWARI
  • 16.
    Justice 2

    Justice 2

    What’s justice?
    A child asked his mother? read more »

    Nassy Fesharaki
  • 17.
    Justice

    When justice stagnants
    Only the fool hearted,
    Will contemplate pursuing
    Even the most read more »

    Sulaymon Tadese Faozahny
  • 18.
    Justice

    For those who reap us of thousands of grand’s
    Lavish their wealth on treasures of the land
    Justice often does us no right on this stand
    For it gives the culprits only a helping hand read more »

    Sylvia Chidi
  • 19.
    Poetic justice

    ‘POETIC JUSTICE’

    POETRY
    LOVE read more »

    Michael Micmac Mccrory
  • 20.
    Senryu-82

    to those who act with justice
    God’s saving justice and salvation
    will become manifest read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 21.
    JUSTICE DLAYED, JUSTICED DENIED 2

    JUSTICE DELAYED, JUSTICE DENIED
    Melvin Banggollay

    Everyone has the inherent right read more »

    MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
  • 22.
    My Justice

    'Justice is the one thing you should always find'**-
    It needs find all who seek its aegis, e'en though it is blind;
    Justice chooses one side, that of verity;
    There exists no convolution, only a resplendent clarity read more »

    Maurice Harris
  • 23.
    To they who survive on less than one dollar a day

    Hobos who're denied a decent shelter
    And stripped of all vestiges of human dignity,
    And poverty stricken villagers and desperate refugees
    Who're denied decent medical care and access to justice, read more »

    BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)
  • 24.
    Justice

    Where is justice
    I do not see justice
    Here or anywhere
    Is it at all read more »

    Ershad Mazumder
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