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SPRING, by                    
First Line: The willows' celadon aigrets
Last Line: That spring's an antic life!
Subject(s): Happiness; Joy; Delight

The willows' celadon aigrets
And the robin bantlings warn
Snails to erect antenna --
So the carnival be on!

Bambino swallows dartle
On gracile, facile wing:
The world's again a'startle
To the rigmarole of Spring.

The air resounds with chit-chat,
For revelry is rife;
And we smile, as we remember
That Spring's an antic life!

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