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February ©

Stella
Fife, Scotland
2007

The second month she is the runner up
No one stays up to herald her in
No midnight bells or Auld Lang Syne
Yet she is special has a trump card
The gift of a day now and then

Does It divide by four?
A yes and a maiden may ask
The tables are turned
Cupid wears hair ribbons
On a leap year

February has the least days
Savour her whilst you can
Valentine day when hearts rule
Red roses speed around the land
And for some a rare birthday
Rather than a borrowed date



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