Daily Archives: February 15, 2018

Justice – Archie Greenidge

Justice, justice, justice! Where art thou? ye Stewarth? Justice is the very warmth of an inn, When interred from the bitter slippery, frosty storm. Justice is the norm. It’s illusive to the door, like a very fastened door, Cannot be … Continue reading

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A Strange Justice – Afzal Shauq

The one who is supposed to give me justice has amazingly declared her heart as a court, she herself as a judge to hear, her brain as a lawyer to plea, herself witnesses to prove, even then her decisions are … Continue reading

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Cant Get No Justice – Eric Cockrell

black man in them poverty chains cant get no justice in them sterile white courts. blue collar man in them grimy working chains cant get no justice in them insulated courts. freedom man in them speak out chains cant get … Continue reading

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Bush Justice – Charles Harpur

A Dealer, bewitched by gain-promising dreams Settled down near my Station, to trade with my Teams, And to sell to, my men too! from whom, through the nose, Until then, I had screw’d just what prices I chose; And for … Continue reading

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Justice – Langston Hughes

That Justice is a blind goddess Is a thing to which we black are wise: Her bandage hides two festering sores That once perhaps were eyes.

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