Poems About: JUSTICE
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37.Simple Observation #260 - When worldly human justice........George Krokos
38.Justice Peace Truth & Love
For justice, truth and peace to flow
Love too has fruit to bear
United must become all four
And practiced everywhere read more »Michael P. Johnson
39.justice will fall as acid
The falling rain is justice
But this justice falls as acid,
The pain from your fear
Will soon be over. read more »Sarah Baughman
Justice is always balanced, justice is never failing.
Blessed are the meek and humble, blessed are the poor in spirit.
Dignity and despair rise from the silence, waking
Death in the withered blossom, death in the broken branches, read more »Konstantin Korzeniowski
What does justice really mean to you?
Does it mean that wealth should be controlled by the few?
Is justice just for those with money?
If justice is dead, then that's not funny. read more »J.B. LeBuert
42.A Shrill Cry For Justice! -new-
A shrill cry for justice!
Date: 27 Nov 2013
When Justice walks away with closed eyes read more »Umasree Raghunath
43.Justice Upon Me
Justice I think about you,
Justice come and makes me a beneficiary,
This is me, read more »Maxim Muyu
44.When justice looks an aged bride -new-
Justice, jubilate not, thou oft hast price,
Which once paid up thou moveth in a trice,
Saleable art thou to those that afford,
And those that not— fear thine hammer Milord. read more »Aniruddha Pathak
45.Justice is the One who gives Life on Me
For the people who seek for comfort or dead mercy,
Their fairness sob and yet still strife for their right,
I rage against the death of justice before it will be. read more »Raymond Cabrera
The justice is from the most important things in our life.
It doesn't need to have any weapons.
Gun, pistol or knife.
Doesn't need eating meat, chicken or even sour like lemons. read more »Abdelrahman Elawad
47.Justice ha what bollocks
Justice is bollocks.
Never existed for me.
In my case it dont exist. read more »Amy Kerswell
Seeking the turn of justice on a di of 6
Maybe so.Unless a miracle may strike.
Why so? Is justice unheard, unseen or rather just, unintresting. read more »Muhammed Vally