Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
Squabbles In The Courtrooms - Poem by Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
Shoes fly in the courtroom
hitting the judge, the lawyers
and the other spectators.
The verdict seems intolerable.
These moral men
cannot hold their temper
and therefore display violence
as the last measure.
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