Alan Dugan (1923-2003) remains one of my favorite poets. His work earned him a Yale Younger Poet award and a Pulitzer Prize. His poems tend to be quick and terse--bursts of direct first-person utterance; they're very smart but also accessible. One of my favorites by him is "Love Song: I and Thou," which in part concerns trying to build a new house. There is also a poem about an new bridge that is actually an old bridge.
Dugan titled his books simply Poems, Poems 2, Poems 3, and so on--up to 7, which is a collected poems edition.
A link to more information about Dugan.