[22, 23] Okay, these are in some sense difficult remarks, but the difficulty comes from a philosophical tradition of resistance rather than any intrinsic obscurity of the remarks themselves. There are places where I find W's language difficult to understand, but not here. Most poets, myself included, will find these remarks intuitively on the money. Poets are less likely to kiss the page than to yawn at this point in the Investigations. Old hat, comfortable.
Christopher Robinson & Joseph Duemer read Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations