Richard Wilbur has three poems in the August 31, 2009, New Yorker. The first one, "The House" (p.35) is an okay poem. The third poem, "Flying" (p. 55) is a poem that, were it not attached to the name "Richard Wilbur," would never be published in the New Yorker. The second poem, "A Reckoning," (p. 40) is my nominee for worst poem of 2009 published East of the Hudson River.
Read it, if you dare, here.