Eunomia by Solon (c 600 BCE)
These things my spirit bids me
teach the men of Athens:
brings countless evils for the city,
but Eunomia brings order
and makes everything proper,
by enfolding the unjust in fetters,
smoothing those things that are rough,
sentencing hubris to obscurity
making the flowers of mischief to whither,
and straightening crooked judgments.
She calms the deeds of arrogance
and stops the bilious anger of harsh strife.
Under Her control, all things are proper
and prudence reigns human affairs.