Since life and literature mirror each other, I believe there's some form of poetic justice
at work in real life as well.
Now this is hearsay and he was meeting at managerial not government levels, but wouldn't it be wonderful poetic justice
if the firms who have closed down here and transferred work to Poland had to come back, cap in hand begging us to work for them?
This could be some type of odd poetic justice
for the Clippers, heading to a Game 7 in Phoenix -- the scene of a cornucopia of mistakes in the double-overtime loss in Game5.
What he may not do, however, is attempt to dignify his disdain for hunters by his scurrilous comment on the tragic death of Ernest Hemingway, that is, that Hemingway hunted wild game--killed, to be blunt about it--and therefore his death by his own hand by means of a firearm is somehow poetic justice
I have to admit it was poetic justice
on several levels: I had dumped the evangelizing of a new trailer park on my parish assistant, Curt Miller, who was helping me in my rural congregation.
It was great poetic justice
since as a child, I was told I couldn't be in the party scene because it was a "period piece.
On the other side, there is poetic justice
watching Jean Chretien twist in the wind after pursuing Mulroney with vengeance.
There's a certain poetic justice
in his work, Moose believes, because "the corporations who help make the dirt are getting me to clean their names in it.
is the newest showcase for the innovative and deftly crafted poetry of art historian and curator Bruce Weber as he explores and reveals a lyrical and energetic imagery ultimately derived from his observations of the human experience.
And almost invariably he demonstrates a capacity for administering poetic justice
, an aspect of his meting out what Cawelti calls "the just punishment that the law is too mechanical, unwieldy, or corrupt to achieve" (143).
S/he has eyes, senses and perceptions thus s/he reacts to violence or suppression of rights therefore if s/he can fictionalize this s/he gives poetic justice
to his/her stories.
I've come here because you have made my own country uninhabitable from your foreign, environmental and economic policies' Poetic justice
It was poetic justice
- like inviting Naomi Campbell for dinner, and having Ollie Campbell show up instead.
shows how Ezekiel relied on covenant principles (especially Sinai), on the complex spiritual logic of purity regulations in the Pentateuch, and on elementary poetic justice
(appropriate punishments) as he outlined God's ongoing struggles with his chosen people.
But neither the identification factor nor the sweaty sex compensates for eyeball-rolling dialogue, tortured music, and a howler of a windup that serves up a pre-Stonewall (if not pre-Barbara Stanwyck) notion of poetic justice