For justice blind should stand aloof
When judges take a partisan stand, their gavel’s weight is felt, For justice blind should stand aloof, where fairness ever dwelt. Their role, impartial, undeterred, is justice’s noble vault, When the scales tip by partial gaze, society’s revolt. In courts, where truth should firmly stand, devoid of political voice, Judgment blurred by biased stands, it’s freedom’s loss and choice. For justice needs a steady hand, that’s steady and unwavering, When fairness reigns, and truth prevails, there’s hope for freedom’s favoring.