Broadening my search for poets and poetry during National Poetry Month, I found some interesting links concerning the subject of disability and poets.
Here's is a link to an essay by Jillian Weise concerning disabled poets; the essay acknowledges legitimate questions about such terms, concepts, and identities as "disabled poet," "poet with a disability," "'crip' poetry," and so on, and it spends time on the work of Josephine Miles and Louise Gluck.(I saw/heard Josephine Miles read at U.C. Davis once.)
Here is a link to a site for disabled poets, although the site seems not to have been updated since 2005.
Here is a link to a site called nonsite collective and a discussion of "poetics and disablement."
And finally here's a link to a poem by Wilfred Owen I had not seen before; it's titled simply "Disabled" and concerns a former soldier (in World War I, of course).