Some couldn’t eat ham and some wouldn’t eat lamb;
some couldn’t eat sugar, some couldn’t eat seeds.
So what could I order for our office feast?
And how could I cater for everyone’s needs?
He tears off summer’s dress,
exposes trunk and limb, threatens
worse coming. Yet he brings gifts…
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