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Of its own accord my song would come in the right rhythms, and what I was trying to say was poetry.
You start in April and cross to the time of May
One has you as it leaves, one as it comes
Since the edges of these months are yours and defer
To you, either of them suits your praises.
The Circus continues and the theatre's lauded palm,
Let this song, too, join the Circus spectacle.
Although two crimes, a song and a mistake, have done me in.
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