Esposito: I thought it was poetic justice that Gus would go with Tio.
Bush took firing U.S. Attorneys to a whole new level so it would be poetic justice if President Obama purged the DoJ.
A poetic justice visits him with misery, for he still cares for Alice.
We hear of poetic justice and the like, as if nature and fact were not just enough.
That the inventors of an infamous fraud should deal to it its death-blow, is the poetic justice of fate.
We smiled at his irrepressible grief; it was poetic justice.
Romantic as his exploit was, it lacked the fulness of poetic justice, since the chief offender escaped him.
So far as Mr. Goulburn was concerned, the above was poetic justice.
And that is but another bit of the poetic justice which you stumble upon everywhere in the big woods.
This seems to be a striking illustration of "poetic justice."