Now let us us shift a tinge, the object poem in poetic prose, start looking for the thing, and you’ll come across the narrative, in poems above, the object is the “Poet” composing it, he escaped in both circumstances. To put it differently, in a snow storm, the object is the snow, and what’s the storm doing? In both poems above, what is the poet telling us doing, what is going on in the very long run? He is escaping out of what? What he sees as fate. And in the MPB, he is catching opportunity. Perhaps a couple more themes here. In both poems we view insight coming in layers to be able to come near the object, which can be in the center of attraction. We see that both poems are nourished in the spirit of the man, the poet, he has given gravity into his universe, where there wasn’t any gravity. The point, he sees great for good and evil for evil, and doesn’t judge, as to have the ability to jump over the barriers already set up. The point is to give to Caser what goes to Caser and also to Christ, precisely the same.

What is the poet saying? If you want to learn what war is like, go to war, experience you imagination. Thus, the poem is bringing into the poet’s head, or distributing the antiques thoughts. Francis Ponge’s poetic prose, or prose poem, is imbedded into the rightness of the nutrient called the mind-the imagination verses the language: the things; when we’re taking a look at the two poems mentioned above, the things that are in the poem. Ponge looks at the spoken expressions, slang, thus he uses language to perform flip-flops for him to the purpose of absurdum. Seeking the unconscious phenomenology.