You have "written" (not "wrote") several poems (plural requires an 's'). Does your computer have a printer? If yes, then use the word processing feature to type out your poems and then hit "save" and "print." Assemble the poetry into a manuscript in whatever order you wish, perhaps look to illustrate the pages, design a cover...and set the project aside while you head to a bookstore or library to get a copy of the most current "Writer's Market" book. Look under publishers of poetry, study the process the book describes for getting your work published---to include a "query letter" that some publishers require from a would-be published author, and act accordingly.
Once you figure out the details, then make sure your manuscript fits the requirements (like double-spaced, etc.), submit the query letter to the publisher you choose from the Writer's Market book (if required), check over your typed manuscript for grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors and make corrections as needed, then mail off your manuscript with a "return receipt requested" (to prove you mailed it) and an enclosed Self Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE) if you want the manuscript back.