I feel that the concept that stuck with me the most in watching the lecture was Parrish's conception of Nonsense. This element of challenging the human brain to dissect that which is has never been spoken before, or indeed is at all inhospitable to human reading/taking in, was a striking new way to look at poetry. In some respects, poetry for me is making that which is more subconscious more accessible to the reader, so to subvert this function for the sake of unique iterations and indeed images within the content I found was a powerful lesson in the power of the fragile nature of language.