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Read some of the poems submitted to our vaccine poetry contest!

Things may often describes (“may ________”)
june, august, july, day, october, september, sept, oct, december, aug, pole, flower, jun, fly, flies, november, giemsa, johnson, hegglin, alice, dec, games, poles, heaven, morning, apple, flowers, nov, success, game, tree, health, happiness, sep, fortune, ying, grace, bbc, peace, ling, bug, griinwald, queen, grunwald, joy, beetles, beetle, bush, wisdom, aug., jul, blossom, prosperity, justice, gwan, 19th, fair, season, luck, apples, morn, 1mb, thurner, llth, april, glory, bugs, song, sun, beth, mercy, dew, baskets, 20th, evil, rose, basket, angels, mess, mid

How may often is described (“________ may”)
early, late, last, 5th, 6th, 24th, 20th, mid, 16th, 18th, 17th, 13th, 15th, 10th, 4th, 25th, 28th, next, 19th, 29th, previous, 30th, 14th, 27th, effective, 12th, open, 26th, due, 11th, payable, january, apr, apr., sweet, dear, loth, lovely, merry, 21st, 7th, mar., april, post, hansard, mar, 9th, october, oct, cheap, pre, born, feast, 3rd, australian, bounteous, 23rd, 31st, lusty, 8th, flowery, 1944, sept, pretty

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See may used in context: 100+ rhymes, 555 Shakespeare works, 14 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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