Saturday, July 25, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (9)

An erroneous belief that clouds perception is that justice constitutes an element of truth. Coercing individuals to utter words of honour is part of the drama unfolding during months of accumulated fables. These feeble tales are unworthy of narration, and the intonation falters but, since honour has been declared, the words impress and betray wisdom

Justice erodes patience and plagues innocence with helplessness. It serenades with time, oblivious to suffering and hibernates in its decadent glory. At the final encore, its harsh tones emit a pronunciation of incomprehensible words that condemn a mind to sever itself from fulfillment.

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