Verbal Muddles: (Inspired By Social Media)

Poem By Dominic Windram

Verbal muddles and
Senseless, crude cacophonies;

Comments about Verbal Muddles: (Inspired By Social Media)

I agree with that wise chap's good comments below. He says it as I see it. And a full score.
Three lines that sum it all up perfectly and rightfully hit the nail on its head. Cleverly written and presented. A full score. Thank you Dominic for telling how it really is and can I borrow your poetry hammer.

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