Member Rara Avis
What Essorant is talking about is the Classical Poetry section at the main site. There's about a hundred authors listed, with well over one thousand poems available. I would LOVE to see this section grow beyond my own meager tastes, so last year I programmed the server to accept submissions from our visitors. You can add poems to the existing authors, or even add new authors (though the requirement to write a suitable biography makes the latter a non-trivial task). Essorant has been kind enough to add quite a few poems and even one poet (Thomas Harding).
Essorant, a couple of your submissions for Sir Walter Scott have been added. Unfortunately, all of your other submissions require editing because you included more in the "Poem" input field than just the poem. When you include the poet's name (totally unnecessary) or notes on the poem (different form field), the automated procedure can no longer be automated. Since I don't have all the classical poetry memorized (hardly any of it, in fact), I then have to look up the poem you submitted to find out what part of your submission is "poem" and what part has to be removed from the poem. You also seem to include < angle brackets > in your submissions at times, and those have to hand-edited, too (they're reserved for HTML tags, so the system changes them to & lt; and & gt; equivalents). All of that requires time, and time is the one thing I always seem to have in very short supply.
I promise, I will get to them as soon as I can. In the meantime, should you wish to submit more, it will go MUCH faster if you enter into each field only what the form asks you to enter. If there's something that needs to be said for which I don't have a field, put it in the comments field. When each field in the submission form is used only for its intended purpose, there's very little for me to do beyond clicking a few buttons. And when you take ME out of the loop, things move much more quickly.