Hi there Gd_R -- The writing tag is followed by a lot of people and chances are some of them will give you feedback. The fact that you "desire to be the best" is a very very good intro to your work. If you say, "I want this to be better," people will be more willing to give you feedback.
Here's some tips.
1. Say what kind of feedback you want - for example -
2. Also, if someone is kind enough to give thoughtful feedback, let them know you appreciate it. I take my readers' feedback very seriously and usually make changes they suggest. You do not have to respond to people who are not respectful. I suggest you mute disrespectful people.
Is this the right word?
Does it hold together?
Is it clearly written?
3. I can't speak for other people, but if it is short and if it is poetry, I'm more likely to read it.
4. There's a good chance people will read it and not offer comments -- but it will have been read. Sometimes they mention an earlier piece, if a later piece shows up. If someone likes it, they might circledot it. They also might not.
_refugee_ -- what makes you more willing to read and comment on something?
Often, it just depends on timing. Sometimes I miss things or don't read things because of other time pressures.
Note: as tng says, #writebetterdammit is more about how to write or articles about writing methods, the writing life, or controversies about writing.
See you on the other side of your next poem.