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Morning glory, climbing post, daffodils, bright color
Lady slippers dance about, lilies of the valley shout
Voices heavy with the scent, honeysuckle branches 
Greeting all the lilacs sweet, bluebells laughing in
Spied behind the daisy’s face, elegance of Queen Anne’s
Forsythia, politely shorn, trumpet vine sounding her 
Bold sunflowers, tall and proud, tiger lilies in a crowd,
Violets, timid, filling rank, ivy climbing every bank,
Cockscomb bristling in the wind, hiding fragrant 
Iris marching all around Mother Nature’s camping
Buttercups in glad array watch cornflowers gently sway,
Hollyhock stalks, row on row, nodding clover loosely
Suggesting, while willows wave, God to man, much
	beauty gave.

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