Common Core Standards for poetry can be easy to work into the 7th/8th grade English Language Arts curriculum, if you choose to teach novels written in verse or with poetry to analyze, such as Robert Frost's Nothing Gold Can Stay, in S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders.
However, it's also useful to have daily, weekly or bi-weekly poetry reading and analysis with high-interest - versus literary - poems. For this, I found the poems collected in the various books edited by John Foster and Korky Paul generated substantial student enthusiasm.
Foster and Paul have collected poems your students will want to read. The artwork is divine, and the poems lend themselves to daily reading and basic poetry analysis. You'll find the likes of Shakespeare (Macbeth's Witches' Chant) and other classics sprinkled in these volumes, as well.
I bought several copies of each collection, and made them available to table groups. Students worked in groups or pairs to choose and analyze a poem a day. Or, conversely, you can assign specific poems to analyze.