Top 100 Poems About: JUSTICE

In this page, poems on / about “justice” are listed.
  • 1.

    October, 1918

    Across a world where all men grieve read more »

    Rudyard Kipling
  • 2.
    I, Too

    I, too, sing America.

    I am the darker brother.
    They send me to eat in the kitchen read more »

    Langston Hughes
  • 3.

    That Justice is a blind goddess
    Is a thing to which we black are wise: read more »

    Langston Hughes
  • 4.
    Phenomenal Woman

    Pretty women wonder where my secret lies.
    I'm not cute or built to suit a fashion model's size
    But when I start to tell them,
    They think I'm telling lies. read more »

    Maya Angelou
  • 5.
    Justice Arnett

    It is true, fellow citizens,
    That my old docket lying there for years
    On a shelf above my head and over
    The seat of justice, I say it is true read more »

    Edgar Lee Masters
  • 6.
    Before A Court Of Justice

    THE father's name ye ne'er shall be told

    Of my darling unborn life;
    "Shame, shame," ye cry, "on the strumpet bold!" read more »

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • 7.
    The Price Of Peace

    Peace without Justice is a low estate,-
    A coward cringing to an iron Fate!
    But Peace through Justice is the great ideal,- read more »

    Henry Van Dyke
  • 8.
    The Deepest Sensuality

    The profoundest of all sensualities
    is the sense of truth read more »

    David Herbert Lawrence
  • 9.
    The Country Justice

    TWO lawyers to their cause so well adhered,
    A country justice quite confused appeared,
    By them the facts were rendered so obscure
    With which the truth remained he was not sure. read more »

    Jean De La Fontaine
  • 10.

    No bird can sing in tune but that the Lord
    Sits throned in equity above the heaven,
    And holds the righteous balance always even; read more »

    George MacDonald
  • 11.
    A Newspaper Is A Collection Of Half-Injustices

    A newspaper is a collection of half-injustices
    Which, bawled by boys from mile to mile,
    Spreads its curious opinion
    To a million merciful and sneering men, read more »

    Stephen Crane
  • 12.
    Justice Denied In Massachusetts

    Let us abandon then our gardens and go home
    And sit in the sitting-room
    Shall the larkspur blossom or the corn grow under this cloud?
    Sour to the fruitful seed read more »

    Edna St. Vincent Millay
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