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THE FINEST DAY OF ONE'S LIFE, by            
First Line: Today is as a festive day
Last Line: One can have a good time
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Colors; Festivals; Holidays; Mobs; Crowds; Fairs; Pageants


Today is as a festive day
one can go out to see what colors are sported
whether red is in style because of the oranges
whether there are still women whose hair is so soft
one mistakes it for tears
the gentlemen do not interest me
Zigoto plays the monkey on the crossbars enough
to break his bones
i carry my name my head and a grey outfit
with appropriate distinction
madame the duchess has herself courted
by the most handsome procurer in Paris
a liberated type who wears no false shirt-front
there are tales of peelers
newspapers
women children aviators dogs
dust

if it's a holiday
one can have a good time





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