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

  • 49.
    The Lie

    Go, soul, the body's guest,
    Upon a thankless errand;
    Fear not to touch the best;
    The truth shall be thy warrant: read more »

  • 50.
    The Everlasting Gospel

    The vision of Christ that thou dost see
    Is my vision’s greatest enemy.
    Thine has a great hook nose like thine;
    Mine has a snub nose like to mine. read more »

  • 51.
    God's Funeral

    I saw a slowly-stepping train --
    Lined on the brows, scoop-eyed and bent and hoar --
    Following in files across a twilit plain read more »

  • 52.
    The Answer

    Then what is the answer?- Not to be deluded by dreams.
    To know that great civilizations have broken down into violence,
    and their tyrants come, many times before.
    When open violence appears, to avoid it with honor or choose read more »

  • 53.

    In the prologue to the Masnavi Rumi hailed Love and its sweet madness that heals all infirmities, and he exhorted the reader to burst the bonds to silver and gold to be free. The Beloved is all in all and is only veiled by the lover. Rumi identified the first cause of all things as God and considered all second causes subordinate to that. Human minds recognize the second causes, but only prophets perceive the action of the first cause. One story tells of a clever rabbit who warned the lion about another lion and showed the lion his own image in a well, causing him to attack it and drown. After delivering his companions from the tyrannical lion, the rabbit urges them to engage in the more difficult warfare against their own inward lusts. In a debate between trusting God and human exertion, Rumi quoted the prophet Muhammad as saying, "Trust in God, yet tie the camel's leg."8 He also mentioned the adage that the worker is the friend of God; so in trusting in providence one need not neglect to use means. Exerting oneself can be giving thanks for God's blessings; but he asked if fatalism shows gratitude.

    God is hidden and has no opposite, not seen by us yet seeing us. Form is born of the formless but ultimately returns to the formless. An arrow shot by God cannot remain in the air but must return to God. Rumi reconciled God's agency with human free will and found the divine voice in the inward voice. Those in close communion with God are free, but the one who does not love is fettered by compulsion. God is the agency and first cause of our actions, but human will as the second cause finds recompense in hell or with the Friend. God is like the soul, and the world is like the body. The good and evil of bodies comes from souls. When the sanctuary of true prayer is revealed to one, it is shameful to turn back to mere formal religion. Rumi confirmed Muhammad's view that women hold dominion over the wise and men of heart; but violent fools, lacking tenderness, gentleness, and friendship, try to hold the upper hand over women, because they are swayed by their animal nature. The human qualities of love and tenderness can control the animal passions. Rumi concluded that woman is a ray of God and the Creator's self. read more »

  • 54.
    (002) THE WORLD

    The world -
    smaller and smaller
    everyday, read more »

  • 55.
    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 »

  • 56.
    Hymn To Death

    Oh! could I hope the wise and pure in heart
    Might hear my song without a frown, nor deem
    My voice unworthy of the theme it tries,--
    I would take up the hymn to Death, and say read more »

  • 57.
    My mother was fortune, my father generosity and bounty

    My mother was fortune, my father generosity and bounty; I
    am joy, son of joy, son of joy, son of joy.
    Behold, the Marquis of Glee has attainted felicity; this city and
    plain are filled with soldiers and drums and flags. read more »

  • 58.
    Fame's Penny-Trumpet

    Blow, blow your trumpets till they crack,
    Ye little men of little souls!
    And bid them huddle at your back -
    Gold-sucking leeches, shoals on shoals! read more »

  • 59.
    Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine


    Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine,
    Unwind the solemn twine, and tie my Valentine! read more »

  • 60.
    On the Morning of Christ’s Nativity


    This is the month, and this the happy morn,
    Wherein the Son of Heaven’s eternal King, read more »

New Justice Poems

  1. Justice versus injustice, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  2. Earth Melting Into bits and pieces, Emmanuel George Cefai
  3. The Whole World Is A Criminal And They A.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  4. The Judge Too Is Not A Judge, Bijay Kant Dubey
  5. Indian Law & Justice Needs To Be Liberal.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  6. Hear The Inner Voice, gajanan mishra
  7. Saudi Arabian Girl, You Will Get, You Ju.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  8. Where Is Justice?, gajanan mishra
  9. Prosaic Justice, Md. Ziaul Haque
  10. I Do Not Know It Who Is A Judge And Who .., Bijay Kant Dubey
  11. Posterity, ALBERT ENSA FORNAH
  12. My sister mutilated by wealthy rapists, Ugochukwu Aneke
  13. Judgement, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  14. Dare to speak out loud, SREEJITH KULAPARAMBIL
  15. Let It Begin With You, Ali Faisal
  16. Social justice, hasmukh amathalal
  17. Justice be delivered, gajanan mishra
  18. At Her Feet, Naveed Akram
  19. A Tanka for Michael Brown's Funeral, Chenou Liu
  20. Petitioner, Pius Didier
  21. We Are Nothing but Jokers, Akhtar Jawad
  22. Pledge Of Allegiance, Göran Gustafsson
  23. Justice, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  24. minister of justices, ademola oluwabusayo
  25. The Communists Are Not At All The Good Men, Bijay Kant Dubey
  26. Double Standards, Terry Dawson
  27. Ramayana Epic poem., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  28. Justice is there at last, gajanan mishra
  29. Preparedness, Edgar Albert Guest
  30. What a Paradox, Valsa George
  31. Who 's Whose Judge, I Don't Know?, Bijay Kant Dubey
  32. Justice, Sana Olivia Hernandez
  33. Lost And Alone (Victims Of The Beast), Dave Alan Walker
  34. Endless wait, gajanan mishra
  35. Humanity., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  36. Justice, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  37. Where Is Justice?, Bijay Kant Dubey
  38. TRUTH, LIES AND JUSTICE, Patrick Odimba
  39. What Is Justice?, Patrick Odimba
  40. I Protect Justice, gajanan mishra
  41. Law And Equity, Akhtar Jawad
  42. Easter 2014, Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  43. Mockery Of Justice, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  44. Black Justice, ogunniyi abayomi
  45. Unrelentable Justice, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  46. Justice Is Delayed, hasmukh amathalal
  47. Justice, Ershad Mazumder
  48. Justice Justice, gajanan mishra
  49. The Torturous Taxman, James Irwin
  50. >>Idea Of Justice, Abdul Wahab
  51. Justice and Merit, Abdul Wahab
  52. Ring Of Truth, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  53. Justice denial, hasmukh amathalal
  54. The Eradication Of Negligence Of Common .., rohan bendre
  55. Uncle Trevor's Common Man Story, rohan bendre
  56. Justice, Aniruddha Pathak
  57. Justice 2, Nassy Fesharaki
  58. Justice to the Unjust, Edward Webb
  59. Justice A Bud, SILVI TRIPATHY
  60. When justice looks an aged bride, Aniruddha Pathak
  61. Wisdom of the white wigs, Aniruddha Pathak
  62. A Shrill Cry For Justice!, Umasree Raghunath
  63. Crying For Justice, MAHMUD HASSAN
  64. Mob Injustice, alexander opicho
  65. Keep Righteousness, gajanan mishra
  66. The Master Coach, Nurhusein Aliyi
  67. Imperfect actions, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  68. Justice not for sale, S.D. TIWARI
  69. Italy (beginning of XXIst century), Marcel Aouizerate
  70. Sonnet 30, doug bentley
  71. Justice Of Broken Dreams, Dave Alan Walker
  72. There is..., David Lessard
  73. The Cruel Voice Of The Cruel Injustice, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  74. Theatrics Of American Justice, Camille Rose Castillo
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