I think it's generally understood that as a rule the worse the poetry the easier it is to set to music. When the poetry's really good you need to be Schubert or Mahler. Doggerel is easiest, or nursery rhymes if you're into rap. If you're a good poet don't expect anyone to find it easy to turn it into songs.
So true, dear. So very true.
Maybe you should concentrate on writing just the top lines then ask someone here to see what they can do with the tunes. Old fashioned way of doing it, but it allows each contributor to specialise.
Now, back to finding the right three chords for The Wasteland...
Ideas and suggestions are always appreciated like I'm doing yours. There is always someone who knows better than the other. How deep I dig or how creatively I pick inspiration is the matter of my ability that I'm still fiddling with. Old ways are old 'cause new ones took over long back dear.
Tyranny is over and democracy is our way.
Our = We the musicians.