Authors do not write only for the members of online communities.
They write stories, poems, and songs to share with everybody.
More visitors to websites read poetry than members of websites do.
It is unfair that non-members are not allowed to give feedback.
Members of online communities should not feel that poets write about them,
Neither should they take the work of other poets personally.
Why do some people feel offended by the contents of some compositions?
You cannot prevent authors from writing about certain subjects.
Poetry has no limit, so nobody can tell an author what to write.
You heap verbal attacks on writers because you disagree with their views.
Not all online readers like every poem that you compose and publish.
Write about any subject you want and allow other poets to do the same.
As for those who talk about friendly online communities, they are wrong.
People appear to be friendly until you express something that they dislike.
Some authors react angrily to helpful suggestions from other authors.
And they hit back by making malicious comments on the poems of such authors.
Some people are too proud to accept tips to improve writing skills.
Poets should encourage and uplift fellow poets instead of insulting them.