Something About This Justice - Poem by Melanie Agua

Congress votes, Judge decides,
a cop is chasing the snatcher___
The law is written to be obeyed;
justice may prevail, says the wise.

But where and with whom, nobody
asked; birthright came like a chance.
Perhaps the law of karma is what it is;
to soothen those in filth, barely living.

Poems by Melanie Agua

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