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Re:An Amaryllis tale

In a message dated 3/4/03 12:03:08 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com writes:

> >"I heard a bird sing in the dark of December;
> >we're closer to Spring than we were in September!" (I forgot who wrote
> that;
> >anyone know?)
> >Maddy Mason
> Maddy, you must be spending time at suite101, too!  (Thank you, Marge, for
> introducing me to all the great articles out there).
> Try this link for the words to the poem by Oliver Herford:
> http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/10080/97354
> Mardi
> Iowa z4b
> Thanks Mardi. Actually, I'd never heard of Suite 101, but it looks like a 
> neat place. Thanks for the link!
> Now how about that Amaryllis- Anyone got any insight?
> Maddy Mason
> Hudson Valley, NY zone 5/6

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