What I had in mind with that passage is how the poem communicates, the weight of its words, the pressure of that against the skin as vibration, as disturbed air (paradoxically, even when not spoken aloud)
registered on an axis I posited as running from maternal to paternal, (degree of tenderness, degree of strength)
(Which I was somewhat uncomfortable with but it seemed real enough at the time to set down, I had enough trust in it to write it)
Where the force locus? So where is this generated from? Physically/emotionally/psychologically/spiritually.
From that point I begin to posit an act of writing which those skin receptor sites, those instruments, register as being of being of unusual force and intensity. Torque and cyclone (same thing in some respect) are repeated themes throughout the poem.
Frame cavern cave etc is quite odd I suppose but again refers to this notion of being able to register through the language just where the voice is coming from. From what depths torn, from the tension in it, from the force of it, so on and so forth.