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Why I Convinced My Daughter To Sue
by Randy Johnson

My fourteen year old daughter was the star of a children's TV show.
But because she grew large breasts, they decided to let her go.
They said that because of her growth spurt, it would be inappropriate for her to be on a children's show.
They said they were sure that I would understand but I was furious and I said "Hell no".
I said that it was discrimination and it was an immoral reason for firing my teenage daughter.
She was more than willing to sue because of the morals that my wife and I have taught her.
It was wrong to fire her because of mother nature 's handiwork and the judge agreed.
My daughter was awarded ten million dollars, that was what the judge decreed.
We didn't sue because of the money, we sued to stand up to their discrimination.
When I say that they didn't get away with what they did, it's not an exaggeration.

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Rebel
by Priyanka Roy

The world told me to hide my pain, my scars.
To hush, be quiet and unimportant.
I believed them.
I learnt to be timid, small and insignificant.
Then one day, I see this face
Of a little girl, very little-
her eyes, silent yet screaming of pain
Full of pain.
Her scars are deep and ruthless,
signs of torture and brutality.

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Falsely Accused By Billions
by Randy Johnson

I bought a shotgun at a flea market without knowing that it was used to commit a horrible crime.
The former owner used the shotgun to kill an entire family and I was about to have to do hard time.
The police came to my house and confiscated the shotgun.
They thought I was the guilty party, they thought I was the one.
The entire world turned against me, I was a person who billions of people hated.
People said that I should go to the gas chamber and if I did, it would be celebrated.
Even though the public had turned against me, I convinced the police to have doubts.
I told them over and over that somebody else was the killer and they decided to check it out.
They found the real killer and it wasn't long before he was placed under arrest.
The cops showed him the bodies of his victims and he broke down and confessed.

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Poverty
by Sanchi Trehan

is it justified that some people live in this state?
when others live in big houses and estates
the feeling of getting less from the world than what others get
and even the basic necessities not being met
how will we survive, is their constant thought
along with the numerous battles that they have fought
they do not have water, nor they have food
this is the lifestyle to which they have been glued
we get disgusted when we see them near us
and often hurl towards them the words of cuss

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Recent Injustice Poems
Rebel
by Priyanka Roy

The world told me to hide my pain, my scars.
To hush, be quiet and unimportant.
I believed them.
I learnt to be timid, small and insignificant.
Then one day, I see this face
Of a little girl, very little-
her eyes, silent yet screaming of pain
Full of pain.
Her scars are deep and ruthless,
signs of torture and brutality.

......

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Poverty
by Sanchi Trehan

is it justified that some people live in this state?
when others live in big houses and estates
the feeling of getting less from the world than what others get
and even the basic necessities not being met
how will we survive, is their constant thought
along with the numerous battles that they have fought
they do not have water, nor they have food
this is the lifestyle to which they have been glued
we get disgusted when we see them near us
and often hurl towards them the words of cuss

......

Continue reading
Why I Convinced My Daughter To Sue
by Randy Johnson

My fourteen year old daughter was the star of a children's TV show.
But because she grew large breasts, they decided to let her go.
They said that because of her growth spurt, it would be inappropriate for her to be on a children's show.
They said they were sure that I would understand but I was furious and I said "Hell no".
I said that it was discrimination and it was an immoral reason for firing my teenage daughter.
She was more than willing to sue because of the morals that my wife and I have taught her.
It was wrong to fire her because of mother nature 's handiwork and the judge agreed.
My daughter was awarded ten million dollars, that was what the judge decreed.
We didn't sue because of the money, we sued to stand up to their discrimination.
When I say that they didn't get away with what they did, it's not an exaggeration.

......

Continue reading
Falsely Accused By Billions
by Randy Johnson

I bought a shotgun at a flea market without knowing that it was used to commit a horrible crime.
The former owner used the shotgun to kill an entire family and I was about to have to do hard time.
The police came to my house and confiscated the shotgun.
They thought I was the guilty party, they thought I was the one.
The entire world turned against me, I was a person who billions of people hated.
People said that I should go to the gas chamber and if I did, it would be celebrated.
Even though the public had turned against me, I convinced the police to have doubts.
I told them over and over that somebody else was the killer and they decided to check it out.
They found the real killer and it wasn't long before he was placed under arrest.
The cops showed him the bodies of his victims and he broke down and confessed.

......

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Popular Poets about Injustice From Members
  • Sanchi Trehan
    Sanchi Trehan (1 poems about Injustice)
    April 6, 2002 - New Delhi
  • Priyanka Roy
    Priyanka Roy (1 poems about Injustice)
    February 26, 1995 - India