What's that? Sorry, we couldn't hear you over the speaker's weeping and sighing. Throughout "The Computation," he goes through stages of grief including disbelief, a retreat into memories, and spiritual paralysis – being unable to think or act on his own. None of these sound like happy states. The speaker tries to show the person he is addressing how much his life stinks without her. His whole existence has become shadowy and ghost-like, which implies that she is the substance of his being. He cannot be satisfied unless she is with him at all time.
This poem is not about dissatisfactions, but rather about a lover trying to woo his beloved using hyperbole.
The poem's saccharine, song-like form undermines its emotional power.