I would say it depends on how you go about it. The content would certainly be yours to use however you wish, but your topics should be directly related to one another to make it of any length.
It would take quite a few hubs to make a good size book on a particular topic like in your poetry.
tamarawilhite, thanks. If it is a compiled articles of same topic/related topic, it could be published I thought.
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