Treasure Island

O Anna Niemus


The Blindfold On The Statue Of Justice


Sometimes the blindfolds
the statue of justice wears..
are those of racism, human
chauvinism, obedience to
mammon, and violence.
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Submitted: Sunday, June 08, 2008
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