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What is so rare as a day in June? ~ James Russell Lowell

June Moon spoon is the tune

For every buffoon and every loon
To follow the rune for the autoimmune
At a minute to noon even if overstrewn.

Like a wooden spoon so very soon

under Neptune with a water balloon
the Chicago Tribune can only assume
that at any time soon we will see a raccoon.

Make us croon to another tune

When a rough cartoon of the baboon
That runs a saloon might someday ruin
That quiet lagoon with his double bassoon.

So play that tune at the Harvest Moon

In the month of June so the targey foon
Might crepusculate the Zune for the mighty tycoon
Coloon droon sprigaroon knoon dune shewn yoon prune.