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Justice With No Lie - Poem by Dave Alan Walker
It is not just going to come and knock on your door You must be able to listen to the truth What is justice really? Is it truth, or revenge? What is truth? What is revenge? Good poem. Keep on writing.
Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Abby Mendoza Sep Plip, plip, plop I wonder when will it all stop Every drop turns a darker red As all hope are replaced with dread. Plip, plip, plop We need to fix this faucet For soon we'll all drown And sadly we are too poor for a casket. Plip, plip, plop Please don't pretend you don't hear All the innocent's yawps Pleading from the faith of your ruthless spear. Plip, plip, plop Alas!
We are fighting for justice and peace for all, And our young men are answering the call. They are giving their lives for you and for me, On land, in the air, and out on the sea. They are brave and strong, and have faith in God. And are fighting for the land their forefathers trod. If they can fight for justice and peace.