Like most of us, I never liked the posthumous collections even way before we came to know, what had happened.
But I did like 'Roll the Dice'.
Now I ask myself: has that been changed too? And where?
Reading it again now, my suspect even starts at the first stanza:
"... otherwise, don't even...
when the violets roar at the sun
they've got us in the cage
ruined of grace and senses
and the heart roars like a lion
at what they've done to us.
A six line poem has one essential line for the meaning removed: "they'll set us free". The essential "their" cage is changed to "the"...
Supposedly small changes here, but notice the difference in "he was so ashamed that he/left his house in the morning" and the Martinized "he'd be so ashamed that he'd/leave the house in the morning." This mucks it up because originally is has the typically Buk direct and active "he was" and "he...
Both versions were written within 4 days. The changes are substantial -and that's an understatement.
Did he also change/revise "The Crunch"? :D It would be interesting to find the draft(s) of that poem to establish who made those changes.