Giorgio A. V.

Rookie - 388 Points (Athens, Greece)

Marshall


He is the Never-Poets' mostly frightful curse!
His job is to expel those who compose like gnoo
their discontinued lines to diagnose for verse;
and mambo jumbo nasty e-mails diddle-do. 4

Their mind begets dull trash on muddy blight
and sanctimonious behavior that transmits
some unintelligent metamorphosing might,
their multitude of odd account-ing e'er submits. 8

He is the marshall that goes after Trolls on Sites
who use a pluralism of pseudonyms to blast
inflicting wounds, exceeding any given rights,
and cowardly they hide, in order to miscast. 12

Fights down the website Trolls to decently compose
or else their hooded selves to properly dispose. 14

Submitted: Thursday, December 19, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 19, 2013

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(Sonnet - Iambic Hexameter)

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