Find an example of a disjunction in the Lasky, Woolard or Puro poems. Explain its effect on you — analyze the purpose and effect, overall, of the disjunction to the subject matter or construction of the poem.

After reading James Longenbach’s “Disjunction in Poetry” and watching this week’s lecture:Find an example of a disjunction in the Lasky, Woolard or Puro poems. Explain its effect on you — analyze the purpose and effect, overall, of the disjunction to the subject matter or construction of the poem.After reading the Schoonebeek, Dennigan and Clover poems, pick one and analyze the dislocation in the poem. What is strange or weird about the poem? What imaginative element has taken the poem from the mundane to the extraordinary?Each section should be a paragraph of about 150 words.1. Poems:Love Poem by Dorothea LaskyWe Do Not Have Any Openings at This Time by Amy WoolardPrescription by Nina Puro (plus please read the author’s statement after the poems.2. Poem for Four Years by Danniel SchoonebeckIn The Bakery by Darcie DenniganThe Map Room by Joshua Clover