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An early poem by Nobel laureate Tomas Tranströmer from the collection 17 poems (1954) was studied. With the Agent-action-Objective [AaO] model and the associated procedures of Perspective Text Analysis (PTA/ Vertex), an approach is presented for discovering the interior of modern poetry. The study describes how the spoken side of the poetic language is interacting with its unspoken side to make known how the interrelated structures of energy flows and fusions are generated. Through the mirroring technique, the description of Intention, governed by the [A] component, was extracted from the Orientation, governed by the [O] component. By means of the employed geometric tools, the poetic technique was identified and it was shown how the governing [AaO] mechanism generates the individual perspective inherent in a poetic text. The study shows that the method provides additional description of poetry, which involves the discovery of hidden structural relations that escape detection by some traditional methods of interpretation that are exemplified with works of literary scholars.
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