https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Th … ling-Light
What are the rules for poems?
This is definitely not 1200 words.
And I'm not sure if one should put all the verses together or put illustrations in between the verses.
Any feedback please?
If you want it on Letterpile you have to submit it yourself. There are little as no rules for poetry.
I can't seem to get a poem onto Letterpile, I just keep getting the standard rejection email which isn't specific.
Mine was picked a few hours after I published it. Some of my poems have been picked. Others haven't. I don't know what the criteria is, but I am always happy when they select one.
This may go against conventional wisdom, which says that it really does not matter, but have you thought about a separate non-Eugbug account for your poetry? Maybe HP thinks that it will hurt traffic to your math and mechanics articles, and are not approving them on purpose to discourage you from messing up your profile.
This might be totally wrong, but you are an articulate person and some of the stuff on Letterpile is VERY inarticulate; I did not think they will reject anything.
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