I'm with Wells on this one. If you're going to read and reply that quickly, maybe say something a bit more personal than "beautiful" or "awesome write." If you personalize it a little more you can indicate to the reader that you actually did read the poem and understand it.
I make a point in my replies of proving to my reader that I read and appreciated the poem. Sometimes it doesn't take much, but there are some poems (and some poets ) that I can give a lot of time towards replying to.
I know replying to others is how you harvest replies to your own work, it's not a huge secret why people read poetry in 45 seconds and distribute replies in control-Vs... but I think you should give poets a bit more credit than that. People obviously don't appreciate your replies if they disbelieve you've even bothered to read their poem at all.
I'm just trying to give some advice, not attack you at all... just give some advice that I think you might find useful.
If you read and appreciate the poetry of others on this site, don't get defensive when they challenge the quality and content of your response... instead of getting defensive, make an effort towards proving them wrong. Take a little time, you're obviously not impressing anyone with your typing and reading speed, so much as insulting and upsetting them. Poetry isn't just something you read and digest like a chapter in a textbook, it's meant to provoke a response in the reader. No matter how fast a reader you are, that response rarely exists within a 60-second time frame.
And if you aren't in fact some speedreader, but are, rather, someone who hands out thoughtless replies as a way of getting others to read and respond to your own work, then you should perhaps reconsider your role here at Passions in Poetry. We all want to recieve something from this place, but we equally have to give something back. That's what makes this site such a wonderful place to be.
Reconsider your own actions before you stand to defend them. Do you reply for your sake or for the sake of others? Most people here reply as a way of saying "thank you" or "I have read and appreciated your poem, and this is what I have to say." For the most part, we do it for the sake of the person who wrote the poem. So why is it that you defend your own actions, when the persons complaining are the ones whom you should be trying to please in the first place?
That's all I'm going to say...
"Faith" means the will to avoid knowing what is true.
~ Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche