Here is an example of his Scrabble poetry, formed from 98 letters and 2 blanks:
HAVE TAKEN OUR QUIET BURG
THEY CLIP POWER LINES
JAM _ADIO AND TV
FIRE BLAZING NEXT DOOR
I MIS_ GERALDO
This is obviously a work of fiction since no one really misses Geraldo.
I found a six stanza poem, in iambic pentameter, with each stanza made up of the 100 tiles of a Scrabble set. The first one reads:
THROUGH SENTIENT, GAUZY FLAME I VIEW LIFE'S DREAD,It is an amazing achievement in Scrabble poetry.
QUIXOTIC, PARTIAL JOKE. WE'RE VAPOUR-BORN,
BY LOGIC AND EMOTION SEEN AS deAD.
Inspired, I have written what I believe to be the first Bananagrams poem, using all of the 144 Bananagrams letters.
I call it "Box in Woks".
I SMUGGLE A JAPANESE PUZZLE BOX IN A WOK.
THE BOX IS AJAR!
QUIVERING IN ANTICIPATION, I QUICKLY WRITE A BANANAGRAMS ODE.
"FEED LEFTOVER WORDS
TO HER VULTURE.
DECODE THE MYSTERY FOOD."
The process of writing such a thing is not unlike playing a game of Bananagrams: it's easy at first, but then as you approach the end, you realize that you have to rearrange and optimize things more carefully and then iterate. "Iterating, I converge on a solution. Bananas!" Depending on how picky you are, it can take a really long time.
I didn't use this, but a useful guide to this kind of project is the The Art of Long Anagramming page.
If you would like to make your own Bananagrams poem, pangram, or other long anagram, this site has a Flash application that helps you track the number of each letter and the total sentence length. There are also downloadable versions for offline use.
Finally, this anagram generator has an advanced search, allowing the requirement or exclusion of words which is incredibly helpful.