Justice Poetic
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Justice Poetic

Discipline

A Poem

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And I suppose it would be about somehow making sure things get done, I suppose it would be routine and dedication, devotion, with a bit of force and reward, a bit of do this or else a bit of okay okay one more time, one more try let’s stick with it, let’s stay at it, that might get the job done that might accomplish a task that might feel like action and practice and less like waiting and waiting and waiting for things to turn into…

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Jenny Justice

Jenny Justice

Poet | Mom | Sociologist | Author | Brings Poetry to life with empathy, connection, joy, justice, and feeling. Poetry Fangirl ❤POM Poet❤

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