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I'm looking for a site where I can publish my poems.

I'm not keen on rewards; I just need a place to publish it.

I've found poetry.com that seems to be what I'm looking for but they require a Facebook account to log in and I don't have one (and don't plan to create one).

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    What do you mean by "publish"? Could you post them on your own blog? – Lauren Ipsum Jan 22 '12 at 14:02
  • Look, you should be a little bit more specific. Otherwise you get a link to poetrypoem.com (like this one) which every stupid Google search can give you much faster. – John Smithers Jan 22 '12 at 18:14
  • I would recommend poemist.com if you would like to get feedback from other people. – she hates me Jul 6 at 21:04
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Write Out Loud is UK based, but it has a nice (though little) poetry community. LiveJournal is still limping along, and is still the writing community of choice for a large number of people.

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If you're not looking for any rewards as such, I'd suggest signing up for a tumblr or wordpress blog and publish your poems there, and give people the link to your poetry.

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Try duotrope.com for lists of poetry magazines and websites, paying and nonpaying. Though if you don't care about payment, setting up a free blog of your own would work just fine.

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While I already know you chose a best answer, I thought I'd still share a site for future visitors to this question. There is a good site where you can post up your original works (whether it be a very long story, very short story, or poetry).

FictionPress is a really great site. There is also a review system in place so you can get critique from peers.

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You could try Jottify

http://jottify.com/

It's pretty easy to sign up there and if you take the time to comment on other people's work you usually get quite a few comments on yours too :)

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If you get a Facebook account, you can publish them there, with a built-in audience. I suppose, however, you couldn't be anonymous, and you'd have to collect friends.

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    Welcome to WritersSE! The poster has already stated s/he does not wish to open a Facebook account, and no, s/he can't "publish" poetry here. Posting it for critique is not publication. Please read the FAQ to get a better sense of what kind of content is allowed here. writers.stackexchange.com/faq – Lauren Ipsum Jan 23 '12 at 11:37

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