I just deleted my other poetry sight to keep from being "permanently banned " , apparently I write similar poetry and published elsewhere ? What's the problem with poetry writing elsewhere ? Or can I not re-post poetry anywhere ? Ah , HubPages !
Well I have just deleted my AllPoetry .com sight . I would rather keep this hub page thang ! I haven't duplicated , but rather have similar writings Wilderness ! Oh well , I guess I'm stuck here ! LOL.
If your poems on different sites are similar but not identical then you should email HP to clear up the false duplicate content warning.
by ThreeKeys12 months ago
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