Words - Poison Poem by Mary Skarpathiotaki

Words - Poison

Rating: 4.6

Human lexicon
his words full of poison
For other poets


© Mary Skarpathiotaki

Monday, July 31, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: haiku
Britte Ninad 17 May 2018

nice thought but one syllable is less @HAIKU on 17 syllables (I do not know correctly sorry for that type comment)

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Kostas Lagos 06 February 2018

At least they are doing it in a poetic way! Nicely written!

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Jazib Kamalvi 31 July 2017

A nice poetic imagination, Mary. You may like to read my ars poetica named as (Poetic Sense-1) Thanks

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Anil Kumar Panda 31 July 2017

This is the way poets are being treated by fellow poets- vomiting poison. Very nicely done in short.Liked it.

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Mary Skarpathiotaki 31 July 2017

thank you!!

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Chinedu Dike 27 September 2020

A concise and insightful bit of verse, A beautiful haiku.

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Jankovic Zoran 17 December 2019

The poet's nature is possessive because he is always in love. Sometimes is madly in love with someone's word and can be happy but the problems began when he fall in love with his word. Well penned.

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A B Faniki 16 September 2019

Intriguing haiku. Thanks for sharing

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Dev Anand 18 December 2018

Telling about facts of the uttered word..........in such a small poem u speak a lot. thnk u dear poetess.

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Robert Murray Smith 26 June 2018

This explains the trolls on this site. Especially, the phantom troll from Garvald, East Lothian.++10

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