Blind Justice

Who are we to decide what is best

when everyone is as guilty as the rest

is it really justice in the walls of a cell

to punish that mans family to a life of living hell

When our jails are packed ,filled with blacks

who's the one to blame

Is it the criminal,the jury, or the neighbors down the lane

when times seem hopeless we do desprate deeds

Such as steal from the rich to support the poor

or simply sell a pound of weed

Times have changed and people have evolved

But yet the problem of white america

continues to thrive when it needs to be solved

If justice is blind the answer is clear

to eliminate injustice we need to be rid of fear

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Alot of people think this is a racist poem was meant to be anti racist! so enjoy

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