Justice Poems - Poems For Justice
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What happened to the moral absolutes,
My generation was raised up on?
Don't look for them in the Congress,
They are a long time gone!
The people held all the power
Until the end of the century past.
But that has also disappeared,
The thing we most needed to last.
The Senate and the foolish House
Pass new laws with a chance to stick,
But nine kings in black robes
Can overrule any law quite quick.
They only need a quorum.
Of nine justice's they need just five.
And to call them Supreme is a fallacy,
None deserve that name who are alive!
I learned of checks and balances
While in school when morality ruled.
But the scales of justice have rusted,
And are taught no more in schools.
So why do we need a Congress?
Let the robed ones do it all!
Why fight the fight at the lecterns,
When their dealings will be overruled?
Let's fire them all and shut them down
And let them struggle like all the rest.
To give them a dose of reality,
To find something better, let it be a test.
We don't even need a President.
The Chief Justice can have that chair.
That's where the corruption started.
Slam your gavel judge and try to be fair! read more »
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 »
363.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 »
364.The grandeur of justice
Running on descending estates
Trudging on greasy silts
Contesting against the odds of persistence
Contrary to all doubts of enduring read more »
365.Justice For Prejudice
Since your tragic death and dones.
To have changed.
The twisted bitter lies; read more »
Resurrection of Truth and Justice
Defeating superstition and fraud
Jesus with whip in Jerusalem crowd read more »
I am the daughter of Maat… Deep motion of justice rages through my veins.
Let the justice for deep misery be done, I am here to heal the pain…
I am calling the mother of stars, her power of conceiving each season,
let the justice for deep misery be done; be found and gone, wrong reason… read more »
368.Human Rights and White magic
Beating drums and playing trumpets
Gods are called to get down to earth
Brutalized shamans squat at the binary sides
In between the valetudinarian and read more »
369.The cycle of life is a cycle none the less
Lies spread ignorance and ignorance spreads lies,
People make gossip and gossip makes people,
The world spins fast and the spinning makes the world go faster,
Believers speak bad lies and the lies speak bad about the believers, read more »
In the society of Man commerce and industry,
outer achievements of the extrinsic brain,
cultivated as expressing the highest faculty
reap general benefit for the general train. read more »
371.Crying For Justice
They are just crying
…they need help
Lots of people around them
Busy with their own works read more »
372.Uncle Trevor's Common Man Story
Thomas Said To Uncle Trevor
'' Hasn't it been Years
Since an Interesting Story has Entertained my Ear.'' read more »
New Justice Poems
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- Judgement, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
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- Justice, Ershad Mazumder
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- Justice 2, Nassy Fesharaki
- Justice A Bud, SILVI TRIPATHY
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- A Shrill Cry For Justice!, Umasree Raghunath
- Keep Righteousness, gajanan mishra
- Justice Of Broken Dreams, Dave Alan Walker
- Theatrics Of American Justice, Camille Rose Castillo
- Justice, Sulaymon Tadese Faozahny
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- Justice, Abdelrahman Elawad
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- Justice Or Peace, Sossi Khachadourian
- Rise From The Dead, Dave Alan Walker
- Forget Not Divine Justice!, Ramesh T A
- Justice, Andrew Rimmer
- Justice, Justin Reamer
- Wata, leonie dunbar
- Why so?, Muhammed Vally
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- Justice, J.B. LeBuert
- A GOOD LAWYER'S Creed, MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
- Sin, avery watts
- Justitia Versus Justice, Ramesh Anand
- Justice With No Lie, Dave Alan Walker
- Shintaro, Raj Arumugam
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- Cant Get No Justice, Eric Cockrell
- Justice, Rebecca Stansfield
- Senryu-82, Dr John Celes
- Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied, S.D. TIWARI
- Justice, chandra yusuf
- Four Yughs, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
- Evil On Foot, Buxton Shippy
- Poetic justice, Michael Micmac Mccrory
- On the Innate Drive For What is Right, Mark R Slaughter
- Damien, Colin Coplin
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- ' Justice... ', MoonBee Canady
- Justice/mercy, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
- Justice is Just This, Aadil Malik
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- 173. JUSTICE, Praveen Kumar In Shobha Priya
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- IT IS SO HARD SONG, Aldo Kraas
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- Poetic Justice - My Country Tis of Me, Carol Toebe Whiting
- Frustration for justice, athuramon 3631
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- We will see Justice on Earth,, Abdul Karim
- Where is justice gone?, Micron
- The Justice, merna ibrahim
- justice will fall as acid, Sarah Baughman
- Justice, Sylvia Chidi
- Justice, Esther Hudson
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