Member Rara Avis
And they will again, Mike. All you need to do is go to each of the poems and read it again.
A few years ago, I had to take all the old forums off line for several months because we ran out of disk space. Our current scheme was my cobbled-together solution to that problem. The Archives, formidable as they are, are possible because they are dynamically created. Unlike the regular forums, where these pages exist at all times, the threads in the forums exist only when someone reads them. Since 90 percent of the poems in the Archives are never touched, that saves us tons and tons of disk space. When the forums were moved (or any time I rebuild the forum files), those static pages were "retired" again, waiting for someone to ask for them.
Go into the Archive forum and find your poem (or use Smart Search) and look at the link BEFORE you click on it. You'll see that it's calling a CGI program. When you click on the link, that program will rebuild and immediately redirect you to the HTML page. At that point, your links will again work. At least … until the next time I have to rebuild the forum files.
Bookmarking or linking to anything in the Archives is, at best, iffy. Those pages simply don't exist all the time. If they did, we'd need a whole lot more disks.