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Law Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of law poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for law.

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His grace

Struggling day by day with a heavy darkness searching for grace to erase my past.  

Every mistake is a painful wedge between me and a relationship with God.

I walk with my head down cast ashamed of myself, emotions, and...Read More
Categories: law, blessing, christian,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Forgotten democracy in the reign of fools
When the sun looks into darkness 
upside down cowboy's lend a hand to chaos 
deserters of faith rejecting lawful behaviour 

Persuading bodies believing something good is created from lies 
deceit has no value with an opinion against the truth 
a...Read More
Categories: law, abuse, atheist, betrayal, hate, heart, love, meaningful,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member My Formula For Achieving
My Formula For Achieving
Written: by Miracle Man
2/23/2020 

No law or proclamation
decrees that a day started wrong will continue that path.
Life can be either a bushel or a peck,
and our choices, or those made on our behalf, make it what it...Read More
Categories: law, faith, god, success, work,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member No One Wants to Open It
Bowling ball bag
Delivered to a large law firm
No one wants to open it

Or get close enough
To listen
To see if it is ticking

What if it is a head? Someone whispers
No one laughs, many thinking the same thing
President of company approaches

Picks it...Read More
Categories: law, fear,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Royal Wedding of the Owls
King of this barn I am said the owl, and he said it in one loud caw.
The other animals began leaving, for they were afraid of the king.
I watched them scatter, as if they had read a proclamation law.
The mice...Read More
Categories: law, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Rhyme



Hemlock or the power to mock
What killed Socrates.
a weed or Aristophanes?
What caused an end so dire?
The law or just satire?
The cries of ignorant crowds.
or something in 'The Clouds'?...Read More
Categories: law, america, death, philosophy, satire,
Form: Epitaph
The Powers of Avalokitesvara- Lotus Sutra Ch 25 Excerpt
Liberal translation of an excerpt from the verse portion of Lotus Sutra, Chapter 25 (Avalokitesvara Chapter).

"..Say you are pushed off the face of Mount Meru,
By invoking the powers of Avalokitesvara,
You will float in the void like the Sun.
Or if you...Read More
Categories: law, fear, forgiveness, spiritual, strength, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
A LOUD CRY FOR JUSTICE FOR THE POOR
A huge sound waits bound in ice, the world of the poor has been cold as ice Denied of justice and made to pay a heavy price.
A lonely loud voice above the mountain calling out for justice for the poor
but...Read More
Categories: law, inspirational,
Form: ABC
Teeter totter
Teeter totter

This is my voice, writing from within too without
For a long time, I wasn't listening to my soul.
I was wearing shoes to protect 
From the stones and the mud and the bugs in the grass.
I was afraid of feeling...Read More
Categories: law, love,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Chitty Chitty Bang Bangs and the Flying Car
They are on the final stage 
Of being in their Nascar cage 
Soon they will leave the Daytona sun 
And under the lights this car racing contest will be done 

After putting up with the rain 
It is time to...Read More
Categories: law, candy, car, night, race, scary, slam, star,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member Cyrus
Cyrus...

President of the country, 
not like any that came before. 
Or... Like any that will follow. 
Standing in the gap between the flood, 
and the waters of eternity, 
threatening to consume the weak, 
kill the innocent, 
and feast on the...Read More
Categories: law, allah, america, atheist, chanukah, islamic, jesus, jewish,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Moms and Daughters-in-Law
Mom’s words cut like a knife, honed razor sharp
Which saddened my new wife
Mom now, after years of strife
Says I married up in life!






February 17, 2020
F F I series 75 englyn
Brian Strand, sponsor



ENGLYN is a quatrain from Welsh poetry of 30...Read More
Categories: law, conflict, family, mother son, wife,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Kiss Risk
Your lips are so soft tonight
like young truth 
on the fingertips of my fantasies,
I know it's dangerous for you
it's dangerous for me too,
our hearts could become hostages
to ancient laws of Love,
the leather of the law may be applied
silk used to...Read More
Categories: law, romance,
Form: Romanticism
Once upon a forgotten Kingdom
Once upon a time in Erin land,
the sun smiled on the people 
the rains communed peacefully with thunderstorms
Erin flowed with palm wine and palm oil, 
And her children drank to their fill  
Oba Adeniran, was a great king, 
loved...Read More
Categories: law, africa, brother, bullying, forgiveness, satire, society, violence,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Immigration Law
oh on Lincoln stone
a mighty nation survives
a new beginning

 © Harry J Horsman 2020
...Read More
Categories: law, immigration,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member The Bride and Groom were Giggling
I attended a wedding where the bride and groom were giggling
Everything seemed to be a secret between the two of them.
They looked way too young to be married, and they probably were.
I was the mother of the bride, and I...Read More
Categories: law, wedding,
Form: Narrative
An ode to Uncle Jason
Uncle Jason, 
something he was chasing.
He was looking for something to fulfil a void.
Because of God’s love and mercy, he wasn’t destroyed.
He was on drugs for over 20 years.
Night after night he cried bitter tears.
Without getting high he couldn’t function.
Without...Read More
Categories: law, addiction, freedom, jesus, tribute,
Form: Ode
Premium Member A Person's Right
Education should be a person's right
This does not come easy to those who fight
For the chance to use their brain
To the best of their ability
It's easier to give up and live a life of futility
A life never fulfilled
All hope and...Read More
Categories: law, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member War and Peace: That Midst Nations And Nationals


War and Peace, a classical fiction by Leo Tolstoy, first published as Voyna I Mir in 1865–69. This picturesque reflection of early 19th-century Russian culture saw as its power of vivid detail and change from subconscious interpretation, is commonly viewed...Read More
Categories: law, allegory, angst, life, marriage, war,
Form: Dramatic Verse
THOSE WHO ARE IN THE SON OF PERDITION
THERE ARE THOSE OF US WHO ARE "IN' 'THE SON OF GOD" WHO IS "IN",GOD "THE CREATOR" AND SENT US A SAVIOR,AS "CREATOR"!!!! THERE ARE THOSE WHO ARE "IN",THE SON OF PERDITION",WHO HAVE LOST THEIR SOULS!!!!  JUDGEMENT IS ALWAYS...Read More
Categories: law, 11th grade, 12th grade, 2nd grade, 5th
Form: Ballad
Premium Member A POETESS FONDLY RECALLS

                 My Mother-In-Law

Her last years, were on the Internet spent.
Loving chatrooms and then...Mother found a poetry site.
Heavens! How excited was she!
.
Thus, she spent her...Read More
Categories: law, family, humor, jealousy, memory, poetess, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
BLESS MY TWIGS
Jaba Love the bite of "Bhachu"

Leaves the colour of crimson

Your chariots zooming past

Hearts so desire your embrace

Calmy I now chew worlds emerge

Anthaas is when mind envisions

You are sacred very sacred..

Enemies who demonized  you

Now revere appreciating you

Tributes see rolling in...Read More
Categories: law, allegory, appreciation, deep,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Mom Jello Rules
Green Jello with cottage cheese
Days of my youth
Unwritten law it has to be green
Or you cannot add the cottage cheese
Mom’s rule

Red Jello with bananas
Days of my youth
Unwritten law it has to be red
Or you cannot add the banana circles
Mom’s rule

Orange...Read More
Categories: law, food,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXXI-81
IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY - LXXXI - 81

IF ever I had a country, a country without even a single Shredding Machine

And if ever I were elected/nominated/appointed by the powers that be SPEAKER of the Lower House of Parliament...Read More
Categories: law, america, humor, leadership, political, power,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Evan
I want to be good he said, I want to be the best..
So I told him to keep playing, and that endurance is the test.
So he played and played until his fingers would bleed..
Every day, every night he just wanted...Read More
Categories: law, child, encouraging, family, feelings, inspiration, love, mother
Form: Rhyme