Colorful Injustice

Injustice comes in different colors. Does that mean it is colorful? Yes. Does it still have the same connotative meaning? No. Colorful: a mixture of different colors. When we speak of the different colors of injustice, we say: black, dark green, dark red, dark blue and the word that is in common: dark. It is related to everything devilish. Everything wicked. Injustice comes in different flavors. Does that make it syrup? Sweet? No. It tastes bitter. It tastes very much bitter. It tastes a little bit bitter. It is still, however, bitter.
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Injustice. Sounds very rhythmic. I can hear the \s\ of whisper. The \s\ of secrecy. The \s\ of shame: how silly of me it is not \s\ in shame. It is hidden. Even ‘shame’ refuses to accept ‘injustice’ or maybe it covers justice, maybe it keeps it ‘concealed’.
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Why, then, injustice is so much condemned? Simply because people do their best, THEIR BEST, to get something, win something or have something; however, someone who is ‘not in the mood’ or ‘annoyed’ or ‘disturbed’ or just ‘feels like not doing something’ ruins everything for that person. That person crashes every single step the other tried to build and coldly wipes off their rainfalls of sweat.
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Has it always been like this? Yes.
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People do not know that one word can bring down a dream that lasted for years and has been worked on since birth. People do not know that one number, written unfairly, can be the doom and the nightmare of a beautiful dream.
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People do not know what injustice does to the heart of the person who was unfairly treated: more pain than a knife or a sword or a dagger can cause. Injustice is deadly. Lethal. Fatal. It hurts, it goes deeper, it rips, it aches, it kills. It distorts until the victim is no longer recognized; until the victim becomes a doe and the victim becomes the victimizer and so on until the end.
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Injustice is a plague that lasts and lasts and lasts. And no one is safe. Even the victimizer is not.
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