Truth Is Not Truth Justice Does Not Rule The World Poem by Terence George Craddock

Truth Is Not Truth Justice Does Not Rule The World

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even small children at an early age begin to realize
truth is not truth justice does not rule the world
he said she said they said who said if listened to
what we believe will have an impact become the truth;
the accepted truth the only truth if believed
what is justice justice rarely rules the world
honey money spent can sometimes buy justice
sweet money spent can sometimes buy justice;

if enough money is spent wisely spent
justice does not rule the world money rules the world
adults know secretly know money rules power rules;
adults fear despair when corrupt money buys injustice
elite power privilege rules justice has a purchase price
money can buy witnesses laws politicians governments;

justice is an ideal honest people aspire to
power money is an ideal wealth aspires to
to keep power what they already possess
to increase grow wealth to increase influence;
to rule lives within their sphere of influence
to rule the world by their wealth made rules

everyone must play by the rules;
except those who make the rules

except those who bend rules make rules break rules;

Terence George Craddock (Afterglows Echoes Of Starlight)
Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Original version of the split images 'Small Children Early Learn Lessons In Accepted Truth', 'Beware The Lies Hydra White Lies' and 'It Is A Crime Against Humanity: When Money Buys Injustice' by the poet Terence George Craddock. Written in May 2024 on the 27.5.2024.
Rose Marie Juan-austin 05 June 2024

A very keen observation on the behavior of humanity regarding Truth and Justice. An incisive write. So sad but true.

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M. Asim Nehal 05 June 2024

A food for the thought, this poem is real gem. Very few have the courage to speak the truth.

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