RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Skewed Judgments - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Judges placing guilt and putting people in jail,
sentencing them according to how they themselves
are feeling that day.
Justice not being tended to, innocent people at
times, receiving the harshest punishment because
of the lies told by an ex-spouse.
Life holds nothing when given to a human
being to decide what should be done.
Judgments being skewed by corrupt and inept
judges, sitting on their thrones of justice.
Not coming near to the definitions written
in the United States Constitution.
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