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"Who Calls?" by Joe DiMino

The poet hears
The faintest whisper;
Becomes a living cadence
And echo of such distant
Inner voice—answers back
Out of the dream:
Who calls but the heart and soul
And who follows
But the I

The voices of good and evil
Makes profound
By their calling:
We conquer and divide—
For the only ears and answer
That of the I

Who calls but the Charmer, Sound,
As I listen
Then sing out—I

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