His face was like a snake's -- wrinkled and loose
Hardly a poem worth posting.
withered face venomous face! amazing
Brief but beautiful. Short but meanigful.
Much is said about some mean old man in just a line.
in the silent bush serpent lives with withered eyes tongue flipping to food
While 'wrinkled and loose And withered ' shows a pathetic condition 'A face like a snakes'denotes a furious and venemous appearence
A concise and witty bit of verse written with intensity of thought. His poem 'Ozymandias' is arguably the best poem of all time.
Snake's face as the expression of the inner state of mind. very fine poem. short and sweet. tony
I wonder if the face gave away those deeply hidden ill emotions too, for the grasping of which the poets are so famous. That is what makes this poem great in its brevity.