Select any three entries from your blog and discover in verse the connection among them.
The three entires on which you base the poem should be well removed from one another, so that there is no bossy idea, package, or summary.
Many academic (mis)instructors ask, What is the poet trying to say? As if s/he had some awful throat disease. The poet who successfully completes this exercise may answer that what s/he is saying is what has been said (of course it ought to make some sense).
The capital-M meaning of the poem, that is, consists exactly in the language, imagination, and logic that found the connections. Ideas inevitably emerge from poetry, they must not determine it.
Try cutting and pasting a list of phrases and putting them next to each other causes ideas to emerge:
I should add that I enjoy poems with an emphasis on the abstract or philosophic, but the intellectual control of a poem is something to apply after the materials have been allowed to float to the surface.