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Do you think Hub pages should offer a 'Poem of the day,' category?


There are so many great poets on HP and I think it would be wonderful to acknowledge their talent. Anyone agree?

 

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Andrew Spacey (chef-de-jour) says

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Janis Leslie Evans (janshares) says

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    wildove5 3 years ago

    He's my idol! I love all of his poems!!

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Faith Reaper says

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Wayne Barrett says

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wildove5 says

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Yes, it is part of HubPages for fairly new writers here who we can vote on each week under certain topics. There is an HP Weekly email that is sent out to all telling who the winners are and you can vote on them too and suggest one under topics.

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    wildove5 3 years ago

    I have had the same problem and have sent several inquiry letters to the HP team. Their response has been the same, it's either due to content or visibility. So what does this mean for us poets? Will we need to seek refuge elsewhere?


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