Out of many, she was one;

Not so tall but taller than all

In the pantheon of equality.

Liberty incarnate graced us;

Then bid adieu on the eve of fall.

For the many, she was one,

A gentle, mellowing giant of law.

In the halls of justice

Lady Justice presided,

Leveling fields straw by straw.

What she was she’ll always be;

Immortal as her thoughts.

Etched in libraries of Our memories,

The liberties she wrought.

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