For Zukofsky, a poem is an object in that it is objectified by embodying a dynamic structure corresponding to the order of interacting things in nature. Being an object, it is a `rested totality,` a perfect thing like a thing in the creative process of nature. He finds the poetic model of nature`s dynamic order in music because to him musical movement is in line with the dynamic order of nature. A poem is then a musical thing that affects our mind not with the tonal features of words but with the movement of meanings corresponding to the movement of the sounds of a musical work. "A"-1`s fugal form is a good example that shows how a poem can acquire the order of nature by adopting a musical form. The fugue is not a fixed form but an organic structure that develops a subject into different motifs through its contrapuntal repetitions and allows new material to be brought into complement. Likewise, "A"-1`s structure is not confined to a narrative frame: it enables its elements to reoccur in amplified and metamorphosed forms and interplay with each other through the interactive relations that transcend the logic of a narrative. The interplay of repeated particulars begets a dynamic movement among them like the movement of sounds in a fugue.