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Poetic Definitions: justice
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Conscientiously honest, actual, faithful, undeviating or true.
direct
correct
virtuous
righteous
accurate
fortunate
Certainly not poor, inferior, shoddy, paltry or miserable.
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— Harry Howard
Yoda
Justice: Master, what will come of me?

An iniquity, before creation you never were!
A morality, you have been!
An evaluator, you are!
An adjudicator, you will continuously be!

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— Adam Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To justice I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like impartiality
When writing poetry and drawing blanks,
     I often settle using morality

I have been seaching ever more,
     hoping again to sing your praise.
For words, I very much adore,
     lacking me in several ways.
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— Benjamin Foster
Waka
Just like equities,
they're unadulterated.
Neither wrong nor dark
A judicature or court.
Being loyal or dextral.

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— Judith Oz
Verse (modern)
Justice

What could work with justice? Maybe verse with armistice.
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— Shmuel Anselm
Unitoum
Justice

Equity
mislead
integrity
oscillate

mislead
judge
oscillate
honesty

judge
alter
honesty
squander

alter
integrity
squander
equity.
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— Gerald Verity
Tanaka
Beam of a steelyard
to act in pursuance with
shutdown period
To determine or settle.
A decree or decision.

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— Justin Mick
Rondelet
Justice

Correctly done,
independent variable.
Correctly done,
that which justly belongs to one.
Casual and comfortable,
religiously permissible.
Correctly done.

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— Joe Bristol
Quinzaine
Justice

Rights can be many freedoms.
Honestly, are they?
Can they grab?

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— Joyce Oswald
Pi (π)
Can I fake a poesy, proclaimed so pupils might see
Newly inviting overviews, plainly imparting, and oh how provided free?
Equity or umpire seem all too manifest. But is loyalty?
Rectitude, right? - or fairness, justness? Darn! I neglected royalty!
I reason rightness and sometimes integrity, but frankly ought I
- paste concepts so - innuendos crafted from computers spry?
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— Henry Read
Octosyllable
Really truthful and earthy.
But also faithful and worthy.
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— Marie Ritchie
Nonet
arbitrator bachelor of laws
a morality or virtue
accuracy of a test
vertical alignment
adjudicator
judicature
equity
title
site
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— Gautier Justice
Mirror Cinquain
justice
righteous, correct
erecting, deciding, claiming
a judge, magistrate, referee, umpire or arbiter
fairness
sound
designed to be placed or worn outward
mending, straightening, restoring
correct, true
right
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— Eric Duke
Limerick
There was a young gal from Eggville,
And she needed a word for grille.
      Third arm of justice?
      No, it's lattice!
That literate girl from Eggville.
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— Jason Noble
Kural
Fairness, equity, impartiality, judge
Honesty's proper morals

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— Michelle Rich
Haiku (terse)
Judiciary
executive department
adjudicator

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— Donald Miles
Haiku (3-word)
Overcompensating
individualizing
justifiable

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— Donna Baldwin
Haiku (modern)
A virtuousness,
honest, direct, and correct,
undeviating!

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— Ruth Goodwin
Gnomic
An appraisal, estimation or evaluation.
An amendment, correction or rectification.
A nature, character or disposition.

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— Betty Garrett
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
judge
fairness
righteousness
reasonableness
a morality or virtue

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— Daniel Harvey
Diamante
Justice
honest, truthful
arranging, benefiting, vindicating
rectitude, righteousness ..... sinfulness, duskiness
troubling, tarnishing, overshadowing
sooty, pitchy
iniquity
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— Dorothy Kennedy
Cinquain - Phrasal
justice
legal expert
agreeableness to right
the administration of law
fairness

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— Jennifer Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
justice
to correct
and artistically appropriate
form of international cooperation.
proper!

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— Joseph Harrison
Butterfly Cinquain
justice
legal expert
bang off ammunition
the administration of law
fairness
sentence in disputed matters
officer of the court
criminal judge
jurist
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— Elizabeth Hamilton
Acrostic - Prefix
 Judiciary
unadulterated
suitable
truthful
impartial
correct
effective
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— Mary Harris
Acrostic - Diagonal
Judicatory
Authority
Businesslike
Fortunate
Genuine
Correct
Precise
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— John Mitchell

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.