My poem "Not a Moat" was one of Boston Review's most read poems of 2017. Here's the full list of poets: http://bostonreview.net/poetry/boston-review-our-top-25-poems-2017
And I love this introductory note from editors Timothy Donnelly, BK Fischer, and Stefania Heim:
"The year in poems, like the year itself, marks episode after episode of dismaying breaches of justice and decency, even as it invites us into cul-de-sacs of wish, of wit and discernment, and of aching beauty. An end-of-year roundup of poems is often an occasion to stake a claim for why poetry matters, but it may be the case that it doesn’t, not the way we wish it did. Poems never have, and probably never will, measurably diminish the damage of floods, the slaughter of crowds, the incineration of forests, the assaults on dignity, or the exploitation of millions at the hands of the corrupt and rich. Yet week after week, the poets we have published have offered not answers or remedies but instants, instantiations of the power of the lived word as it unfolds for readers in real time."