Poems about Justice poems

Read poems about Justice from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Justice by going to the submit poem page.

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Justice Delayed...Justice Denied by Mamta Agarwal

A nation raped…Mute, stunned, indignantWorld watched, ashamed…Cruelty, hate, evil(Put to shame, even devil) Drives the mentally ill…Justice delayedWhile we, a messiah awaitOr resigned

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Justice For All Storypoem by ivor or ivor.e hogg

The bards of old their stories told.In rhyming verse they had writ, to entertain the young and old.Sometimes they stretched the truth a bit.To please their current lordly hostThey would extol hi

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There's No Justice' by Douglas Scotney

Avoidance of hazardAnd wisdom of mindCan only delay implicationOf everything being just.Author: Douglas Scotney

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Justice Justice by Gajanan Mishra

Justice JusticeWhere is it In close door orIn open court Justice justiceNowhere you canTrace it outIn any form anywhereJustice Justice Speak not about itIt is disgustingIt is boringOnly pu

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Blind Justice For Friend Thad by ivor or ivor.e hogg

Grey stone walls wherein confined.A prisoner can meditate upon the life he left behind and curse the vagaries of fate.What weeps upon the withered walls? sad shadows from his distant past.His

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Justice by Sylvia Chidi

For those who reap us of thousands of grand’sLavish their wealth on treasures of the landJustice often does us no right on this standFor it gives the culprits only a helping handJustice is some

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Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied by S.D. TIWARI

Justice seekers wait day after day, Month after month, year after yearEven decade is passed butIn course of justice they don’t hear.Sometimes they pass away without getting the justice.Such d

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I Am (Justice) by Eric Cockrell

i am, become...i am the African slaveworking in the deep Mississippi sun; his eyes, his muscles, his back, his heart, all shouting 'freedom'...i am the college student, hanging from a treein th

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. When Justice Fails by RIC BASTASA

when justice fails because the constable has blundereddo not be surprised, do not even be discouraged, proceed in procurring justice still with the way how you are trainedto do so, get the fingerp

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Is It Really Justice Or Just Revenge? by Amy Fifita

Is capital punishment justice or is it revenge? This is the question that I want to defend.Is it really justice if you have to kill someone? Or is the killing of a being just for your fun? Is a mu

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Ashes For Justice! by Eric Cockrell

when i die, you can burnthis body, and take the ashesto the streetdown in front ofthe housing projects, where people liveday to day, moment to moment, just trying to survive...or you can t

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A Shout Out For Justice by Reginald Walker

The unfair injury burdened upon the shoulders of the African men and women.The echoes of slavery constantly overshadows America’s path to the future.Memories of yesterdays gone; times that we hope

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