Within this chapter, Hirshfield maintains that knowledge realm of sound is very dissimilar from that of the visual when considering in what ways poetry works to create remembrance. She details that "sound is perceived as coming toward and entering" (178) meaning that the incorporation of sound within a poem brings components of our outer world within, making for a deeper and more intimate understanding of said poem than what providing extensive details of imagery would be capable of achieving. A poem from my collection that I view as exemplifying this knowledge realm of sound that Hirshfield details is A.E. Stallings' "Sunset, Wings". This poem is filled with sound the repetition of the constant sounds of "s" and "c" pair well with the visual imagery of the sky and the act of flying to evoke the emotion of the flight describe unto the reader.