The Lark
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The Lark

A Jury Duty Day

Poetry

Photo by The New York Public Library on Unsplash

Here I am your honor
To do my jury duty
So I’ll wait for you to call my name
So I can use my brain
and answer the question of guilty or not guilty
After I listen to a case
To serve a courtroom I know nothing about
But before all of these events take place
The waiting game with other people is a must
This Jury Duty makes me feel like an American
It gives me an American pride that I’ve never felt inside
I’m going to make a…

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Gerald Washington

Gerald Washington

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A curious one, writer, poet, history lover, and a fan of Haagan Das Ice Cream