In literature, poetic justice was a literary device where virtue was rewarded and viciousness was punished

In 2268, when questioned by a time travelling Worf on his plan to assassinate James T. Kirk, Arne Darvin would only say that his death would have a certain poetic justice to it. (DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations")

In 2371, Kathryn Janeway threatened Noah Lessing with dropping the USS Voyager's shields and allowing his "little friends" to find him. He called it murder; she called it poetic justice. (VOY: "Equinox")

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