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Who?

By Srsiri All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

Who?

Running is all we do
From one place to the next
It's all about the who
Read between the text

Time means nothing
It doesn't stand in our way
We're not bluffing
We'll save the day

Our names are not important
A simple title will do
Of that we have an assortment
Each hints at who

Who we are and what we stand for
All of time and space
You'll be able to see our core
Before we leave without a trace

Do you need a healer
Or perhaps a leader
Maybe a thinker
Or even a reader

Whatever you need
We'll be there to assist
We're not afraid to bleed
Before we're missed

Violence is never the answer
That is why we run
For its like a cancer
It'll kill you before we're done

If you need a Doctor
Or a Master
If you need a Dreamer
Or a Trickster

You know who to call
We're what you can trust
We'll be there for it all
It's a must

Running is all we do
From one place to the next
It's all about the Who
Read between the text





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