Poems About: JUSTICE
Poems on / about :
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337.Cries For Justice
Cries for justice over injustices committed,
Are first heard to come...
From those who are quick to disrespect themselves.
With a permitting of this to be daily done. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
338.The Raise Of The Silent
We have come all the way from the darkness,
The one wise men call blindness.
With axes, hoes, we are paving the way,
And our hands aren't down until there is a way. read more »ASIIMWE SIMON
339.how does it feel to be alone?
How does it feel to be alone
with no one round with whom you can
hang out, e-mail and telephone
now silent from your loverman? read more »gershon hepner
'Tis the first sanction Nature gave to man,
Each other to assist in what they can;
Just or unjust, this law for ever stands; read more »John Denham
341.Âme! être, c'est aimer...
C'est l'être extrême.
Dieu, c'est le jour sans borne et sans fin qui dit : j'aime. read more »Victor Marie Hugo
342.I Am Trayvon Martin Too (Speak Aloud, Be Loud...)
I am Trayvon Martin Too
Je Suis Trayvon Martin Aussi
Yo Soy Trayvon Martin Tambien
Mwen Se Trayvon Martin Tou read more »Hebert Logerie
In Cuba, they take ya...
ooo they wanna break ya. read more »David SmithWhite
Peace the absence of War
The presence of justice
Freedom delivered on a B52
War the tool for Peace read more »Adrian Wait
A woman once met a man
And in an instant they were in love
He was handsome and she was gorgeous
They had so much fun together read more »Tamara Moir
346.A Devil Called Hurricane
So many faces
this turbulent devil
seemingly, read more »Herbert Nehrlich
The bearing of your uniform
is the symbol of your Country;
the looks in your eyes
are honors of your loved ones; read more »Gil Gregorio
348.Sonnet: God Protects His Good People
Though scourged be Righteous men all life on earth,
By evil minds and devils in sequence,
Good Samaritans, Angels too have birth,
To save the Upright from chains of non-sense. read more »Dr John Celes