I'm not sure I quite get "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister" -- I kept expecting there to be a reason why our narrator was so furious at the other monk. Did I miss something? I'm going to poke around some crit and see if I can figure out more clearly exactly what's going on with that one. But any famous poem that starts out "GR-R-R-" is pretty neat in my book. :-)
Actually, now that I think about it a bit more, I suspect our narrator doesn't actually have a good reason. Being stuck in a Spanish Cloister your whole life is plenty reason enough for developing unreasoning hatreds and seeing your own faults in everyone around you (or one particular person, as in this case).