Now, this is a subject most people may be familiar with. It is a common condition, and there is no easy remedy.
K-M Skalkenæs obviously writes from her own personal experience, but she only publishes those poems deemed universal. If the poem is purely about a concrete, personal experience, expecting others to fully understand it is unlikely. Likewise, a purely hypothetical and vague scenario evokes nothing in a reader.
The trick, for a writer, is to write the personal in a common way. To make it accessible. To make it resonate. Finding the common ground, however possible. And hope that it does resonate.