Poems about Death and Grief - No Justice by Darren Heart

Darren Heart By Darren Heart, 8th Jul 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2-6yep52/
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"No Justice" is an original short poem about death and grief by Darren Heart. Taken from the book "My Five Stages of Grief".

No Justice

Where is my justice?
No sign of balancing scales.
Expect your life to be fair,
This system of law just fails.

So what did I do,
To deserve a fate so cruel?
Bad in a previous life?
Broke a universal rule?

No jury of peers,
To help keep things by the book.
They would see mitigation,
And then let me off the hook.

This grand court of life,
There is no justice there.
Guilty of a trumped up charge,
The sentence is my despair.

©2014 Darren Heart


"No Justice" is an original short poem about death and grief by Darren Heart. Taken from the book "My Five Stages of Grief".

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author avatar Utah Jay
10th Jul 2014 (#)

Very good.

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