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Poems About: JUSTICE

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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.
    We're Done Crying; We Want Justice

    Blood, tears, severed limbs and legs.
    Murder has been done.
    Not on the streets, not in the slums,
    But in the place we call Sacred. read more »

    James Ogunjimi
  • 339.
    Blind Justice...

    When people say justice is blind...
    are they using the figure of speef just because it sounds devine...
    I think justice is actually blind...
    because someone is being comitted of crime... read more »

    Onyx Blake
  • 340.
    The Disconcerted Tenor

    A tenor, all singers above
    (This doesn't admit of a question),
    Should keep himself quiet,
    Attend to his diet, read more »

    William Schwenck Gilbert
  • 341.
    Justice delayed

    Can justice be delayed under any circumstances?
    Numerous cases can be sighted for instances
    Can that not be amounted as justice denied?
    Well, conscious should always bite if it is laid read more »

    hasmukh amathalal
  • 342.
    Justice & The Fair

    It is fair to be born into wealth
    But unfair for wealth to be born upon
    It is fair to rob the poor of their sweat back
    But unfair to rob the rich of their nail clippings read more »

    Vincent Cibelli
  • 343.
    A MISPLACED OR PROGRESSIVE JUSTICE

    Great temples are nowhere in the concrete jungle of the town;
    Temple sculptures are nowhere in beach statues or park trees;
    Peace and beauty are nowhere in noise and pollution by traffics;
    Spiritualists or poets are nowhere among fanatics and drunkards! read more »

    Ramesh T A
  • 344.
    The Disconcerted Tenor

    A tenor, all singers above
    (This doesn't admit of a question),
    Should keep himself quiet,
    Attend to his diet, read more »

    WS Gilbert
  • 345.
    Redeem The Time

    'See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise,
    Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.'

    We fight for freedom, we fight for justice read more »

    Kelly Zion
  • 346.
    Never fair

    I used to be such an idealist, believed everything goes well when you do well
    I used to think that babies were born to parents that always loved them
    I thought justice would be served for every injustice suffered
    I believed if you really loved you couldn't lose read more »

    Ontibile Laone Kebadirang
  • 347.
    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
  • 348.
    The Prisoner

    Since I walked careless in the noisy street,
    With common words for any I might meet,
    And did the petty duties each day brought,
    And grievous troubles from small sources wrought,
    Ah, me! it seems a weary while ago. read more »

    Isabella Fyvie Mayo
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