Tradition - Poem by Stefanie Fontker
Red are the arms
Of a jury chair.
And fools are those
That speak contrary
To their ignorance.
Quickly comes the man
Whose purpose has
Only ever been the knife.
For where else could he,
Would he ever be?
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