Dan Beachy-Quick has a nice rant on poetry over at Evening Will Come: A Monthly Journal of Poetics that is highly recommended, over coffee, tea, old Marlene Dietrich, neighbor-lawnmowering, cigarette, dog-petting, et al. "What did the poem teach me? How to break it." Julie Carr has a good piece too, giving substance to Birth ( "that other epic," instead of the male poets' War ) in determining poetics.
I enjoy the scarceness of visual stimuli there, an image of the author leans on the title of the work on their main page. No clutter or stray blam-o's to misdirect one anywhere else. I want to return to the land of images (!)