I have found many misleading things among Amazon marketed e-books, but I have never before found one where the Kindle version of the book simply did not include the content it promised. As all the other reviewers have pointed out, indeed, there are no poems in the electronic version of the book. It also appeared that the Table of Contents was static, not active, to take you to a poem. For some reason, outside the range of the sideboard table of contents, there IS an active table of contents above the static one. I tried clicking on a number of the poem titles, and it took me to the name of that poem in the static listing. It's almost as if the converters had constructed a shell for the poems, constructed an active T of C, and did not add the text of the poems. The electronic copy was done by a group of volunteers, and not Amazon, Mobil, or a publishing house such as Random House.
This is a good reason to pay attention to user reviews of Kindle editions. It's a shame that Amazon.com doesn't separate reviews of Kindle and paper copies.