Mac, 'In a Station of the Metro', is a good poem, but I don't think it's great though, because the juxtaposition of the two images produces so much complexity it works against the poem IMO, as it somehow detracts from its immediacy. But I do like what Pound is attempting to do (e.g. equate an image with a moment of experience; breaking with metre, the compression/concision; the creation of a verbless poem; describing the link between the outward world and our subjective experience of it); it launches poetry into modernity.
Ros, I like Right hand pointing, too.
Seth, it's a nice poem.