The blog site Submittable sympathizes with you – even a Genius Award winner took 30 years to get a poem to be accepted by The New Yorker. Another widely published and honored poet got two poems accepted by Poetry in a ten-year stretch. “Partly, this is a numbers game. Rattle, for instance, provides submissions statistics on their website—they receive 120,000 poems per year, of which they only publish 250.” I sympathize with you also. Keep trying. “So with the unreachables out of the way, where can poets and writers find venues for their work?” Submittable has a list of 10 possible alternatives to Poetry, Threepenny Review or The New Yorker. Number 11, send your poetry to Event Horizon.