Although on July 12, 2019, at the bottom of the page on which “An ACOA’s Confession” appeared, I wrote:
“While continuing to try to continue organizing “my stuff” I came across a passel of earlier poems. I don’t know which have made their appearance in this blog and/or d’Verse, but I just felt like giving them a run-through again. One a Day takes the —what was it?—away. Since I love my Media Library, I think I’ll add a random pix, also. (This must be what happens when you start getting old.)”
I decided this in part because my site has no stability–anything at all could be in the blog (and usually is). So I decided that for a while at least (until the well runs dry) I could start including a different poem a day-either from my slush pile or maybe newborn. Thing is, I haven’t been sharing the date written, which may cause someone to think I’m writing and publishing a new poem a day.
Now I feel kinda guilty about it. What do you think? Am I misleading readers and should I include the date originally written? I’d appreciate some feedback.