What Use Is The Law Traded By The Court?
His heart is a grave yard; like a slave yard
Silent as the cultured barbarian court
His thought is a poison, harmless, unguard
Like the sailor of slipp'ry asphalt yard.
He's strained by merchant tyres, he is scarred;
Scarred to live. He's like a flossy troubl'd port
where sea surges as an instill sea yard,
He's the tears of sorrow and song... of sort.
He's the gentle man in pride, his heart 's hard
The blue rinse of silence in ' guilty court
But he's innocent of his sins, his barred
is the unguard filthy bird in a sport.
He has just stolen a coin, he's retard;
What of those stealing the world, their blood 'll sport?
What use is an obstructed boulevard-
What use is equity when trad'd with ' court.
His heart is a grave yard, like a slave yard
he's innoc'nt but dragged -by merchants- to court,
What use is the Maze of the maize it had?
What use is the law traded by the court?
"words from the innocent mind"