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April 1, 2004
An April fool flowers for love, maybe in May. An April fool cowers from love, lost in February. An April fool is always hungover, St. Patrick's Day March. An April fool is stone sober, dry as August. An April fool showers with hope, like thanks in November. An April fool hollers for sanity, frozen in January. An April fool hides in costume, October's end. An April fool is out in the open, solstice in June. An April fool seeks relief from Labor; a day off in September. An April fool on the first of July is the same fool, I.