People overly concerned with tracking down and denouncing plagiarism have defective characters. They are small-minded, reactionary bullies.
Since the fine people accused of plagiarism will likely feel bad about it, the main reaction should be to feel sorry for them / defend them against "lynch mobs" and "witch hunts."
Nobody is that original anyway. We should be humble and not take these things too seriously.
Originality is over-rated in the first place. It is a just "fetish."
Authorship is a fetish too.
Let's talk about something else for a change.
But... Trump! Weinstein!
Capitalism is bad. Nobody should own poetry. (Property is theft, per Marx.).
Poetry should belong to everyone.
Illiterate blues musicians....
The poem I stole from you was not that great anyway. Who do you think you are?
Since there is no real money in poetry, the idea that it can be "stolen" is ridiculous.
In the distant past, most poetry was anonymous.
Poetry is not a real job.
Copyright is a recent invention.
We all write in the same alphabet so there are limited things we can express.
Since nobody reads poetry, we shouldn't care about who the authors are, whom we are not likely to be reading. The stakes are too low for us to care.
It's all in a gray area, so let's approach the problem through a more nuanced view (which ends up holding nobody culpable).