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Injustice With Prejudice

Tell a lie, A fact lay behind, What's a fact, Well most can go by it, When they all see the difference, They call you a liar, In this case and sometimes, They all can lie, And present a story as fact, While what you saw or felt, Was disproven allright, But it remained a fact, You were known to have lied, But they all knew, And you as well, That you spoke the truth, This is injustice, With full prejudice.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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