I have a question. I wrote this very short Tanka a few days ago: https://letterpile.com/poetry/Sleeping-With-You.
Yesterday I got this after a poem:
"WARNING: This article is at risk of being identified as Overly Promotional or Substandard. This article is too short to support outbound links. Short articles or "teasers" with links may be moderated as Overly Promotional, and very short articles may also be moderated as Substandard. Please add more content to this article before publishing it."
Belonging by this poem: https://hubpages.com/literature/Morning-Owl.
How is it possible that this Tanka of mine didn't have this warning, but this longer poem did have this warning?
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