Sitting in Michael's Lap
This is a dangerous question. It asks the reader to rank someone else's poetry as "good" or "less than good" when one sees a number of posts from the same poet. Ideally, if one WERE to judge the quality of someone's posts, one would do so compared to their posts when they DON'T post several poems at once. Keeping in mind that everything is subjective, this might give some indication of a quality-quantity relationship.
I have no opinion regarding the posting of multiple poems; I should probably not be admitting this in a public forum, but when I read, I tend to stick to certain favorites (I have about 10 or 12) and read whatever they happen to post. I don't even always respond to the ones I read ... I have to be really impressed by a poem, or I have to be asked for my opinion in order to post. Nevertheless, my number of responses to others' work has always exceeded my number of postings, because I simply can't write poetry in bulk. Period. I envy those who can do it (and do it well).
Occasionally, a title will catch my eye, or I will read a poem by someone who does not belong to my favorite's list because it has either no responses or many responses. Again, though, I don't always respond. I guess its only fair to mention, though, that none of the folks on my favorites list are the ones who post 6 and 7 at a time ... so I guess that in itself says something.
That's my two cents ...
"Nunc lento sonitu dicunt, morierus"
(Now as I hear this bell tolling softly for another, it says to me, "Thou must die.")