Well, it was very intersting to see how this thread wandered.
I think the original complaint was about those poets who feel compelled, for whatever reason, to capitalize the entire poem's title...kinda like an attention getting scheme. Couple with that my personal opinions on the strangulation of the English language when said titles are rife with wanton mispellings to promote their individuality, just like all the other hAcKeR_wAnNaBeEz.
However, looking over the replies to this thread, I see another undercurrent...that of capitalization of individual sentences within the body of the work. This I see as less of an attention gambit, and more on the lines of grammatical syntax. I, too, capitalize the first word in all lines in my poems. The only negative aspect may be that of reading, since a capital letter usually denotes a line break, which would hamper continuity of the poetic thought. I guess the same could be said about punctuation within a poem.
And, since I implied that internal capitalization is the style I use, I guess I'll have to allow others to have their own particular style, though I might not like it.
So, if these people want to go on PUTTING THEIR ENTIRE TITLE IN CAPS, that's fine with me....but don't expect to see my reply within. Call me crazy, but I just don't like being yelled at for no good reason (netiquette).
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