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A global warming almanac

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A global warming almanac

Januari brings the glow, that                           
Makes the beech and filbert grow

February brings the rain, that
Warms our open pool again

March brings breezes hot and still, that   
Make demand for doctors skill 

April brings a brimstone heat, that
Scatters blisters on our feet

May brings lots of reddish tan,   
Searing sun hurts where it can 

June brings flies in overdoses, that  
Fill the children’s eyes and noses

Hot July brings broiling hours, with
Scalding spots and singeing showers

August sun burns sheaves of corn and
Never harvest home is borne 

Warm September brings the fruit, 
Tropic species start to shoot  

Brown October turns virescent 
There you see what's Natures present 

Dull November lives at last 
Lets the leaves grow whizzing fast  

Chill December’s obsolete
Freezer pop’s the Christmas treat 

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