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The interior aludded to in the poem is the psyche of the poetess. Explication As one delves deeper into the mind, it stretches out into various directions -incomprehensible and inscrutable. A person with a firm faith can embark on the discovery of the self, and survive unscathed in the process.
For the outsiders, the human mind is as limited as a two-dimensional picture "flat as a wall. But from near, the opening between them into breaks into vast prairies. Furthermore, it does not imply that the interior landscape or mind is uniformly fertile.
It has its share of barren swamps that are capable of producing "spindly trees". The "cliff is not known as rough except by the hand.
The unseen are unfathomable. The travel is not easy going. It is not statistically correct and mathematically discrete.
There are no fixed points to connect, dotted lines as in a map to trace the geography of a point. Or further, even to trace connections.
It is beyond geometry too, in that it cannot be "plotted on a square surface" but that I move surrounded by a tangle of branches, a net of air and alternate light and dark, at all times; that there are no destinations apart from this.
The poetess moves in the maze of tangled branches. She moves in dark and light hues and colours that define nothing but themselves, just like the self does. Significantly there are no destinations at the close of such a journey; for the journey itself is the destination.
The poetess then lists the differences between the journey to the interior and other typical journeys. This one does not depend on reliable charts as it traverses uncharted territory. The poetess signifies that nothing is superficial in the psyche. A sentence crossing his path in such an outward existence has no deeper meaning to him.
While the truth is that everything produced by the mind is not static with reference to distance and time. While the first two stanzas allow us to investigate the features of the mind, the poetess awakens us to a more objective exterior view as she suddenly asks us: Neither visual truths the erratic movements of the sun nor auditory statements words are valid here.
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