As a poet myself, I know how exciting it is to get an acceptance! And little doubt your poetry deserves a fine home. Thatís why I hate to say what I am about to say, but I think it would be unkind of me to withhold this information from you.
In the future, if you want your poetry to have a deserving home, please try other markets than poetry.com. Poetry.com is also poets.com, which is also The National Library of Poetry, which is also the International Library of Poetry. I had a run in with them as a youth myself, before I learned about them, and they have preyed upon many poets who are just starting out. Please see this website with warnings for writers: http://windpub.org/literary.scams/ilp.htm
In general, Iíd advise you not to submit your work to markets that ask you to purchase the publication in which your work appears. Instead, they should give you one free contributorís copy. Sometimes, you wonít know whether they give you a free copy until after you submit. But if they ask you to buy something, just say, no thank you, I deserve to see my work in print without paying for it. Editors canít afford to pay much if anything for poetry (I know, I have my own small press magazine), but they should provide one copy of the publication to published authors.
I really hate to be the wet blanket here, but poets deserve to have all the avialable information before them. If you want to keep getting respectfully published, you really do well to pursue other markets. Good luck in your future writing endeavours, and keep submitting. And remember, even regularly published poets get a rejection 8 times out of 10, so just persist!