#1 This is boring.
#2. These poems are derivative.
(otherwise known as the "Been-There, Done-That" School of Poetry).
#3. The poems are confessional/experimental/formal/narrative/lyric etc. etc. and nothing more. (Brought to you by the "Why-Should-I Care-About-This-Besides-the-Fact-that-You-Wrote-It?" School of Criticism)
#4. In terms of content/style/tone/structure: this poet repeats himself/herself over and over, again and again--in this book and the poet's last 10 books.
(otherwise known as "This Super Famous Poet Should Have His/Her Own Reality TV Show Titled "Too Famous for You").
#5. No surprises here. Not one.
#6. This poetry book is better/worse than the last one by this (famous or somewhat famous or wanna-be famous) poet.
#7. Some of these poems are splendid.
#8. Some of these poems are not splendid.
#9. The poems make the reader work really hard but in that really delicious way.
#10. This is prose and not poetry.