Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with poison:

2 syllables:
boys on,
noise on,
choice on,
voice on,
join an,
joy when,
oil on,
soil on,
boy on,
poised on,
blows on,
close on,
does an,
does on,
flows on,
goes on,
grows on,
rose on,
shows an,
shows on,
those on,
throws on,
foist on,
voice when,
boys as,
noise as,
oil can,
point on,
soil can,
no son,
to san,
voice in,
blow gun,
boat on,
bow pen,
choy sum,
cloth on,
coat on,
code on,
coin in,
cow man,
cow pen,
do men,
do then,
do when,
dote on,
drone on,
drove on,
float on,
flow can,
go when,
goad on,
growth on,
ho nan,
hole on,
home on,
hope on,
how can,
how man,
how men,
how then,
joke on,
known on,
load on,
no fun,
no man,
no men,
note on

3 syllables:
avoid an,
employed on,
enjoyed an,
recoil on,
employ an,
enjoy an,
propose an,
suppose an,
appoint an,
employed when,
enjoy lunch,
noises in,
arose on,
rejoice in,
above an,
above on,
alone on,
approach on,
deployed in,
destroyed in,
employed in,
encroach on,
enjoyed in

4 syllables:
employees on,
employee can,
employer can,
employees ass'n,
employees can

Some other possibilities:

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See poison used in context: 94 rhymes, 56 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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