Prayer of the Goddes

Prayer of the Goddes

A Poem by It's Me, The Miracle
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Its a call for real justice instead of pseudo actions...The goddess of justice prays to make her deaf too.

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God, I am confused; I am confused on my own identity
People call me the goddess of justice; I don’t know why they do?
They want my presence and blessing wherever they desire justice
But they never let me involve in the process of justification

I’m not sure about the time when people began calling me the Goddess of justice
I don’t know when I came into being as the Goddess of justice
I don’t know why they want my presence wherever they need justice
But, I know one thing I am a blind and dumb fellow in justification process

I am not happy with you, as you are the one who created me with sound ears
You could have made me deaf as well, as I cannot see and state anything
I hear painful voices and barbarous noises while I approve justice
At times I wanted to shout, no…This is not right and justice; but, I can’t speak


Way back, I heard an argument against a man who had not committed any sin
The arbiter was silent as me, but I must give way to justice to the people
They wanted Barabbas, a brutal thief instead of him, the absolute savior
Since that day I am confused, confused of the meaning of justice

I never have heard such a very truthful and strong voice before that day
Later, I heard people saying that he had to suffer a lot before death
Two drops of tears made my blind eyes wet, for the last time
Now I don’t cry for anyone, I don’t have tears now to cry as I lost it

My ears are the cause for the loss of my tears; I don’t want to have ears
I can’t close them as my hands are occupied with a strange sword and a scale
I thank those who made me blind, is it you, the almighty?
If yes, I have a prayer, Please make me deaf too


© 2013 It's Me, The Miracle



Author's Note

It's Me, The Miracle
Dear friends, thanks for reading my poem. My desire is to get a few reviews that can really analyze the poem. Thanks for your time. Jisha

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very much true....It happens everywhere

Posted 4 Years Ago


It's Me, The Miracle

4 Years Ago

Thanks a lot dear friend
Justice unveliled...I like the poem very much

Posted 4 Years Ago


It's Me, The Miracle

4 Years Ago

Thanks a lot dear friend
Ah such lamentation and she speaks of it too oh so woefully and sincerely. For what is justice these days but just words spoken by those who ought to think they know better or allow those who deserve to live or die. With all these people who say they are guilty and not guilty in front of her when they in fact are quite the opposite of what she wants them it's really melancholic. She deserves the feeling of being deaf than hearing of such accusations fly through the roof :(

Posted 4 Years Ago


It's Me, The Miracle

4 Years Ago

Thanks a lot for the review dear friend
really good poem..
Sometimes what you ear and see can really hurts you more than anything

Posted 4 Years Ago


It's Me, The Miracle

4 Years Ago

Thanks a lot for the review dear friend
The Goddess of justice would be sad. The world had gone mad. The strong description allowed the reader to understand her desire to be deaf. Thank you for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 4 Years Ago


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It's Me, The Miracle

4 Years Ago

Thanks a lot for the very encouraging review
Coyote Poetry

4 Years Ago

I wonder often. If the Gods are watching us. Are they disappointed?
Very interesting. I'll tell you a story. I am a girl between two brothers. When I was small I always insisted on cutting the cake into equal bits. Everyone began to think I was very fair and just. But should I tell you why I insisted on cutting the cake? Well, it was because when my Mum did it she gave my brothers bigger pieces!!!!!! ! In poems remember, 'less' often tells you more. I was given that advice and it helped. Good luck.

Posted 4 Years Ago


It's Me, The Miracle

4 Years Ago

Thanks a lot for your kind words

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Added on August 24, 2013
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