The Great Indian Court

Recently, while rambling through the Laws, Rights, Justice, and other legal stuff. I wonder – If there are bylaws written for everything then why people need to go to the court, and with court here I mean THE GREAT COURT OF JUSTICE. Why do we even have a court of this kind? And if the court of justice relies on the laws and evident, then why it is not called the Court of Law. Well, everything sure has its reason. But with every thought comes a fancy poem, here is one for this one.

For those who believe exist
a real court of justice.

Prolonged the Laws
which our world follows.

Interesting would be to know,
Do we have The Court of Justice or
it’s The Court of Laws.

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To, Minu Didi

We love you, love you, love you a lot
We mean it either we told you or not
The amount of love you have given to us
You knew that it was never ever enough
We see you in front of our eyes
All day all night and over the sky
The stars up there are so bright to-night
Celebrating for you accepted their invite
As cute as a small baby ‘n as sweet as sugar
You’ve always been spreading so much cheer
We were praying for having you good again
But not ready to see you in so much pain
Wish we could meet you one last time
This is the biggest sorrow we have in mind
Everything happens for a reason
We now have someone to keep an equal vision
May peace be with you and you be with us
Doesn’t matter if anything is easy or tough
No matter how quick the time flies and how things change
Our hearts will always have a lady with so much radiance.