Sonnet: Earthly Judgements Are Fallible

Let no Man judge a man for any crime;
Let none sentence him to great punishment;
For land to land, there is a changing clime;
Laws vary under the same firmament.

Accused is not always, guilty of charge;
Many a time, you can't prove innocence;
Many a criminal is always at large;
Sometimes, the law appears to be nonsense.

And these are days of high-tech cyber-crime;
Some heinous crimes occur in lock-ups too;
The crime when done, reforming man is prime;
'Tis natural for cows to only 'moo'.

Forgive the offender and win his heart;
To love your enemy worst, is an art.

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

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