Bill Tarnowski is my friend of decades longstanding,
with whom I have shared common political views, and
we even did some radio broadcasting together. He is
a retired dermatologist. His final line about blank verse,
"sex without orgasm," remands me of the other succinct
critique of blank verse that I like, "tennis without the net."
Pope was one of "Six Great Poets" (Donne, Pope, Keats,
Browning, Yeats, and Frost), who were the bases of a fine English
poetry class I took from Prof. Forrest Readat Cornell in 1961-62. Professor Read and the six greats spoiled for me the works of many lesser poets.
[See my site, Write Your Book with Me.]