Wow Mikey, this's one of my faves from you... the title is absolutely perfect, and is a good example of how important a title is capable of being to a poem. It helped me interpret the structure and see what you meant by it.
You told me earlier that interpetation is up to the reader, and that meaning is something that's dependent on whatever one takes away from it. You also said that you were really only interested in what the poem made your reader feel or think. It seems like this is a poem about that ideology of yours... that language is something used to communicate more than language, more than meaning, and that you want to take every word of a person (this poem seems to be specific as to who that person is), and read more than their meanings, and you want them to do the same thing to yours---take your words and taste them, feel them, gather the full spectrum of their effect, beyond just their meaning.
I dunno, Mikey... you're way over my head most of the time, but I still love to read what you write. Thanks for the answer.
Faith is a fine invention
When gentlemen can see
But microscopes are prudent
In an emergency.