Since you ask...
I have read every one of your "poessays" and I am really bothered by what
seems to be your assumption that one-or-two-words-per-line equals "poem".
Our comments more often than not reveal more about ourselves than the
topic under discussion
is an unexceptionable and common observation. Stretched down the page it
is still that, but made portentous by lots of white space. Perhaps the
gap between the portentousness and the banality of the observation sets
up an irony, but it's not a very interesting one. I wonder if that is
what you think poetry is: just words stretched out in white space,
without anything else going on?
What attracts you to the form? Why? Does it just seem easy?