This early morn I see ’tis spring; the dulcet tones of robins sing
Out from the trees to which did cling Nature’s special sort of bling.
Oh no, not blossoms, blooms nor buds, but a cooler, paler kind of duds
Which, when they melt will bring the muds, but please just not the basement floods!
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