An insurance solution allows the distribution of the claims burden to be regulated beforehand, bindingly
and quietly, without the pressure exerted by the actual disaster.
Nevertheless, one wishes the poet's consciousness were not that bindingly
immersed in her quotidian events, but rather had managed to glean from those autobiographical experiences some wider, transpersonal thematic concerns--making use of the power of poetry to abstract and thus unify.
This is a critique of "biologism," the idea that the biological science supplies the means to bindingly
explain psychological (and social) processes.