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Judge Poems - Poems about Judge

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Premium Member The Winning Poem
...I entered a little contest on the soup Where entries were judged according to Merit and favor and everything good With a judge who knows poetry as they should My entry was s......Read More
Categories: judge, imagination, inspiration, metaphor, passion,
Form: Free verse



Politicians Disease
...not about party, but watch McConnell wake up. Come out of the shadows to appoint a Supreme Court Judge. ......Read More
Categories: judge, political,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Clutching At Straws
...relationship to work. In a sense, The Lord let go of the straws. Sometimes we have to possess the ability to expose and judge human TRAVESTIES. Often it is next to impossible t......Read More
Categories: judge, analogy, bible, break up,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Chameleon
...What a chameleon, more clever than an aphorism, master of polymorphism. Should you judge this book by the cover, there is one thing you will discover. Betrayal. Now that we have learned not ......Read More
Categories: judge, corruption,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poems about Poems IV
...far and wide for intensely hating clarity; twelve dilettantes at once declared the defendant another fatality. The judge was an intellectual well-known for his great mind, though not for being merciful, honest, sane or kind. Clerks l......Read More
Categories: judge, allegory, allusion, appreciation, art,
Form: Rhyme



Black lives matter
...to make their future bright black lives matter white lives matter too everybody in the universe have no right to judge too negative vibes about black people should be minimized to bring positive change in life love each other a......Read More
Categories: judge, 9th grade, absence, africa,
Form: Free verse
When the table turns
...ut in yours, a log stares out in disguise. You always point a finger And my dilemma is the trigger For you to always judge me. Your words hunt down My pride and esteem to the ground. Words that spike souls And hurt hearts. All yo......Read More
Categories: judge, character, feelings, hate, heartbroken,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Finding Shelter During End Times
...(made wrong!) and demand that ‘All’ honor what we call God’s light. Let all ‘private acts’ flourish (and God be their judge) that don’t limit my truth, for no soul is divine! Let the laws that we pass serve the freedom of all, not the ......Read More
Categories: judge, faith, love,
Form: Rhyme
Menacing
...Boldly soldier shemaghed scarf Ammo railed full masked buff Middle East catwalked explosions Judge clowned judgement of jud Little girl drank a cup of wuff Beloved siblings danced a lot of goof Bang bang ba......Read More
Categories: judge, anger, humanity,
Form: Grook
Proverbs, Psalms and all the rest
...and all the rest just like that you’ll feel the stress Wildfires and earthquakes across the globe the judge is coming back wearing a robe Rioting, looting and death in the streets don’t look now are you ready to m......Read More
Categories: judge, deep, faith, inspirational, philosophy,
Form: Lyric
The art of debate
...ays Perhaps the left wing Has a vacant seat But what shall I bring I refuse kissing feet So very unworthy To judge another When my hands are dirty Dear sister, brother But I’ve come to see Accusations weren’t true You don......Read More
Categories: judge, america, anti bullying, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member ReWeaving Justice
...and moral order as contributing to healthy win/win regeneratively revolutionary democracy? Asked the ecosystemic Judge of UnitingNations jurisdiction. Restorative Justice was never intended to be effective where either victims ......Read More
Categories: judge, anxiety, earth, health, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Triad of Illusions
... kernels of truth hurt our ego. We deny a God whose air we breathe whose image we wear and spirit we bear and judge ourselves thinkers. The universe confounds us; wisdom is an illusion III. Illusion of Equality ......Read More
Categories: judge, color, god, life, religion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Married in 1971
... We had a great honeymoon, lots of giggling, and a lot of fun. We actually eloped, and were married by a really nice judge. I wore a brown velvet dress, the color of caramel fudge. I thought that life could never ever be better than ......Read More
Categories: judge, marriage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Fourth Floor room of my Mind
...e now,all that I make And dose off awhile, even when I’m awake. I pen down my lines, or sing out of tune No one to judge me, I’m out of the race On the fourth floor of nowhere in my back room I’m am now considering to journey over th......Read More
Categories: judge, motivation,
Form: Free verse

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