In an ROBERT LOWELL's interview, in interviewer's question, I don't get the meaning of the part.
Also in LOWELL's answer I dont get the part in italic, could any one help me to understand?
INTERVIEWER But something of Crane does seem to have gotten into your work—or maybe it’s just that sence of power thrashing about. I thought it had come from a close admiring reading of Crane.
LOWELL Yes, some kind of wildness and power that appeals to me, I guess. But when I wrote difficult poems they weren’t meant to be difficult, though I don’t know that Crane meant his to be. I wanted to be loaded and rich, but I thought the poems were all perfectly logical. You can have a wonderful time explaining a great poem like “Voyages II,” and it all can be explained, but in the end it’s just a love poem with a great confusion of images that are emotionally clear; a prose paraphrase wouldn’t give you any impression whatever of the poem. I couldn’t do that kind of poem, I don’t think; at least I’ve never been able to.
Here is the link of interview: https://www.theparisreview.org/interviews/4664/robert-lowell-the-art-of-poetry-no-3-robert-lowell