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"Ah, the flowers that bloom in the spring, tra-la," chanted the Sage of the Age, using his ancestors' five-note scale. Hu Flung Huey ocC reported on the banks of the Charles, blinking wisely in the warm sun.
"Confucius say no grasses grow,
Victory gardens aren't done yet.
Watch those courtyards and see what you get."
Forthwith, Huey climbed out on a limb over Memorial Drive, felt an old prediction coming on, and said:
The newly-planted House lawns will sprout soon-asparagus, peas, cucumbers, squash.
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