Plagiarize \'pla-je-,riz also j - -\ vb -rized; -riz·ing vt [plagiary] : to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own : use (a created production) without crediting the source vi: to commit literary theft: present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source - pla·gia·riz·er n What the plagiarizer did/doing is to continue to wear the stolen words like they are his, now that is pitiful, trust is a major factor on a poetry site like this, trust in the management team, trust they are impartial, trust they are honest. The disruption caused by a this thief/liar is enormous, add to the fact that the plagiarizer has 1000s of poems posted, how many of those are tainted too? Furthermore he is still an administrator charged with making and enforcing the laws of the site, well you guessed it his continuance in that capacity is a serious contradiction. How does one sweep sweep stealing under the rug? From street, from cage, and from kennel, From jungle and stall, the wail Of my tortured kin proclaims the sin Of the mighty against the frail. ~By Ella Wheeler Wilcox. 1913 From street, from cage and from kennel, From jungle, and stall, the wail Of my tortured kin proclaims the sin Of the mighty against the frail of life ~ by RICH, 2009 I beg to differ!