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Merrill echoingly invites his interlocutors into his poem and is therefore free to break bread with them in the interactive world of wordplay that he creates.
Suggesting that the only sure "audience" a poet will find is within the world of the poem itself - and the conversations echoingly created there - Merrill also pays homage to those creators who call to listeners beyond the proscenium arch, without knowing if they are heard and without expecting a reply.