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.