We have a fairly specific set of rules concerning feedback/criticism here. Yes, criticism requests are welcome here, but they MUST be focused. We don't provide general criticism, "what we think", "what we like", "what we believe could be improved". You won't get any constructive answers if you ask "is this a good poem?"
We do provide specific criticism of chosen aspects of writing. Do you want to know if the poem succeeds in surprising the reader? Is the rich stylization tasteful or gaudy? Does this exception in meter create a special moment of focus or just spoils the flow? Does this slow pace create tension, or does it bore? Can you find the hidden message about war, or did I hide it too deep?
(and the specifics of this site are that you will likely get some general criticism on top of the detailed answer - if you ask the focused question. If you ask "what can I improve", "is it any good" or "what would you have done better", you'll get the question closed as non-constructive.)