I would also like to point out how you managed to touch upon an idea weaved into the poem's core. Just as we discussed before the perceptions of what one could take from a piece can be dauntingly varied. It's always ensuring in it's own way when a reader manages to touch to some measure of the author's intended expression. The measure you have touched upon is a general foundation for the my intended angle. But in your hands it could be whatever you wished. I suppose that's some of the magic of poetry.
Although where one finds meaning and definition, there can be far more in the shadows that hide. The subtle cues and the concepts within the author's perception; the angles they are tied with and the thought-strings which bind them with other concepts.
I'm going to stop for a while before I get carried away with my swing-set.