This site has received questions such as Two Interpretations of Robert Herrick's “To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time”, Interpretation of “The Catcher in the Rye” by J. D. Salinger (literally asking whether there is an "official interpretation) and questions based on multiple-choice questions (e.g. What is the effect of using “silver” to describe the “horn” ...). What these questions have in common is that the assumption that a literary text can have only one correct meaning or interpretation, much like a mathematical equation have only one correct solution.
This reminded me that I once read a poem in which the narrator was presumably someone who taught poetry and who criticises the fact that many readers, presumably students, tend to approach poems like a police interrogation instead of enjoying them. The poem was in English and most likely by an American author. I read it online less than five years ago.