I've kind of had it with everyone's love of complexity. I may come off a little ignorant/arrogant with that comment , but really, I must of missed the train that made everyone exceptional literary philosiphers and analysts. No offense, but I'm elated that I did though.
I take pleasure from listening to the story as told by the writer, not delving into the inner meanings on beliefs. I will always be able to apply a writers work to my own life if he expresses himself well enough. By digging into each word an sylable I think much of the true personal meaning is lost on a never ending search at what the writer truly meant. We will never be able to understand all of the niches included in such dense writing at poetry. The writier understands this; he writes to the reader understanding that most people that come b his writing will only see it briefly. I think there are other parts to the writing that we read more important than some strictly definged literary devices.