Top 100 Poems About: JUSTICE
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.Justice stands still
When justice stands still
only the fool hearted,
will contemplate pursuing even the most just of causes,
when justice stands still, read more »tinashe severa
2.JUSTICE AND PEACE FOR ALL
We are fighting for justice and peace for all,
And our young men are answering the call.
They are giving their lives for you and for me,
On land, in the air, and out on the sea. read more »Billie Spratlin
3.Enough is Enough
Enough with the saying
There is equal opportunity
When some have no opportunity
When there should be justice And it's just us paying the price read more »Carrie May Bennett, MBA
4.Justice is Just This
What is justice?
This unapparent fairness
Supposed to combine rather than divide
Just a word that likes to hide read more »Aadil Malik
5.where's the freedom and justice?
where's the freedom and justice?
trapped behind bars
watching lightning fast cars
where's the freedom and justice? read more »tesla blackburn
6.A Poem Never Written
I found your panties
and read more »Richard Quinby
In a civilised land
That accepts duty to all
Citizens have rights
Some great, some small read more »David Chalk
One against many.
It would be futile
to fight the mob.
It has formed read more »Maria Luz de Castro
9.Hungry For Justice?
Justice system as told
Is made for the people
That will be a guiding light
To have fairness to everyone. read more »bonifacio alba
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
Justice begotten in exchange is no justice,
For, exchange is trade,
A distressing gain through loss;
Justice is inherent right, read more »Praveen Kumar In Shobha Priya
What is justice all about?
No path, no explanation,
Just feeling shaped by morality, read more »chandra yusuf
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
Revered Lady Justice
Balance truth and fairness
Restore to crime victims
Tranquility, peace, calmness read more »Camille Rose Castillo
15.Cost of justice
The command and the commissioner
The presidency and cabinet
Parliament and judicial committee
Judges and lawyer and prothonotary read more »murendeni mulaudzi
16.TRUTH, LIES AND JUSTICE
Truth is to vinegar,
Sugar is to lies
As truth points far,
Lies walk miles. read more »Patrick Odimba
Black justice in a land of potential read more »ogunniyi abayomi
18.Where has the justice gone?
Where has the justice gone?
Did we lose it somewhere along the line?
I sure hope I haven’t lost mine,
My love of all things great, read more »Jaime Harvey