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The System Of Justice - Poem by George Krokos

If we all tried and did something good each day
we would then help to keep so much evil at bay.
And in the world there would be a lot less crime
and so people would not have to do penalty time.

The same can be said about the telling of lies
that are deceptive which most people despise.
Because no one really likes to know they've been deceived
especially after being told something false that is believed.

This raises those related issues of virtue and vice
or conduct of what is or isn't regarded to be nice.
The laws of the state are to be followed as a guide
by all the people who are by them otherwise tried.

If found to have transgressed in a particular way
that did not conform to a specific law of the day.
There's usually someone about who sounds the alarm
when a member of society is suspected of doing harm.

And when the offender is apprehended and brought to trial
they have to plead their case before a judge without a smile.
If the evidence against them is too strong to acquit them of the charge
they'll have to pay the penalty imposed or forfeit their freedom at large.

This may be a fine to be paid or period spent confined behind bars
where the person convicted is placed and from society kept afars.
But if they're acquitted of the charge in court and allowed to go free
they'll be satisfied with the justice system which tried and let them be.

This is sometimes the situation regardless of the suspect being really guilty or innocent
and doesn't praise or say much of the law when the verdict handed down is too lenient.
That is why when worldly human justice falls short or doesn’t rightly prevail
what's known as Divine justice will eventually step in and recompense entail.

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Poems About Justice

  1. 1. The System Of Justice , George Krokos
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  3. 3. Whose Land? , Pradeep Dhavakumar
  4. 4. Universal Gallows (War) , Philip Housiaux
  5. 5. Injustice , Jean Mallette
  6. 6. Yesterday, To-Day, And For Ever: Book Xi.. , Edward Henry Bickersteth
  7. 7. Israel In Egypt. Book Sixteenth. , Edwin Atherstone
  8. 8. Poetic Justice , Michael Micmac Mccrory
  9. 9. Land , Rebecca Stansfield
  10. 10. Psalm 82 , Frank McEleny
  11. 11. Poetic Justice , Teddy temple
  12. 12. Italy (Beginning Of Xxist Century) , Marcel Aouizerate
  13. 13. Islamics , Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  14. 14. Truth, Lies And Justice , Patrick Odimba
  15. 15. Chapter Iii , Amal Dunqul
  16. 16. Despair , Ibrahim Enitan Eniola Olubiyi
  17. 17. Heavy Handed Justice , Terence George Craddock (aft ..
  18. 18. Their Plans, , Abdul Karim
  19. 19. The Grandeur Of Justice , princess irene Namajja
  20. 20. Theatrics Of American Justice , Camille Rose Castillo
  21. 21. Nilife , FOEVERAMI JOHNSON
  22. 22. Posterity , ALBERT ENSA FORNAH
  23. 23. Prosaic Justice , Md. Ziaul Haque

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