I edited this question: Isn't Percy Shelley’s adulation for poetry bombastically platitudinous and vapid? It should now be clearer; does it still deserve to be closed?
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I feel that with its current title, "Isn't Percy Shelley’s adulation for poetry bombastically platitudinous and vapid?", your question falls under the last of these categories. "[B]ombastically platitudinous and vapid" sounds like a fairly ranty description, and you're seeking to find out whether other people agree with it. The body of your question doesn't suffer from this problem though; a better title would be e.g. "Is Percy Shelley’s adulation for poetry really justified?"
However ... I'm not really sure that that's the only problem with this question. I voted to leave closed not so much because of the title as because I think the underlying unranty question is primarily opinion-based. It comes down to "Shelley thinks poetry was great because XYZ; was he right?" Whether poetry is great, or just as good as a bunch of other kinds of art, is (IMO) a question which should fall below this site's bar for "primarily opinion-based"-ness.
Ideally the question should have its title edited and then get reopened and closed as POB instead. But the choice of close reason is just housekeeping, and unless it gets reopened and upvoted, it's not going to get much more visibility and will end up automatically deleted by the system. So I think that your question as it stands should remain closed. Sorry.
It's possible that with some more edits you might be able to make it reopenable. But at the moment I don't have any concrete suggestions for that. Maybe focus more on Shelley and less on the actual merits of poetry?