And things of that nature, by Joe Weil.
Feat. Hart Crane’s “mustard scansions.”
And also this excellent bit of thought:
"John Ashbery, the darling of many poets opposed to story telling and narrative, is an intensely narrative poet. His narratives shift from line to line, moment to moment, disappearing and dissolving in the current of the poem. He is the master of the story that “Almost” happens. He makes a gesture towards story and betrays it, but he does not betray narrative."