How the hell, an original poem that I wrote today can be marked as duplicate? A poem by the way that I copyrighted today!! Where is this supposed duplicate?
Anan Rivera’s Registered & Protected Poetry
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Title:A Cry In the Dark
Any material that has previously appeared online ANYWHERE, even that which is written by you, is "duplicated" in the eyes of the HubPages automated filters. If you had to enter your poem into some sort of registry and it's cached on any website anywhere, it's not original (first) here.
Content that shares significant vocabulary with other works can also trip the filters.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Mode … te-Content
You probably will want to contact the moderation team and discuss this matter with them as they are the only ones who can effect the situation.
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