Wallace Stevens integrates sound and sense to intensify interactive meanings of reality and imagination in his poetry by using various prosodies. He constantly aspires to the condition of musicality for the integration of sound and sense. This paper aims to analyze and illustrate interaction of sound and sense to achieve his supreme fiction in his major poems from Harmonium through The Rock. In his Harmonium, he uses more traditional prosody and the first person point of view to emphasize the sense of reality. Then, in his Ideas of Order, he uses more various prosody and the third person point of view to open meanings of imagination. Especially in his Transport to Summer, he uses the most diverse prosody including free verse and objective point of view to integrate sound and sense toward supreme fiction.