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Rating: 4.8
Prejudice is ingrained in the brain There's no training
The judiciary who are fiduciary, artificially rule the fool
Sub judice in prejudice Jurisprudence with decadence
Morality a formality, used to hoodwink plaintiff, owner of tiff.
In the intervening impossibilities
money changes hands, some having honey with tea
You can't call a spade a spade, lest you be made to trade barbs in a tirade
Contempt of court!
You thought
Scales represent fairness
A blindfolded lady with barrenness
Playing fair
Who paid for her fair?
Pride and prejudice
Ride the precipice
Get over it
It's what it is.

Dr Dillip K Swain 18 March 2021
Appreciated what you have expressed in this brief work.. well penned!
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M Asim Nehal 18 March 2021
A great satire on judicial system prevailing all across the world.10**
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M Asim Nehal 18 March 2021
Wonderful satire on the judicial system. This is the real pathetic condition prevailing everywhere in the world.10**
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Captain Cur 17 March 2021
Rhymes interwoven with judicial injustice. Reforms can always be made. Laws are made to be repealed.
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