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William of Orange Adorable, round With a smile drawn on And head topped with a crown.   He sang a sweet song:
Pass me an orange a slice of the East, Imperialism? not in the least.   Pass me an apple rooted in the West,
Oranges.It doesn't rhymeWith any wordOr phraseOr contractionIn the entire english dictionary.But I can still write it down,Stick it in a poemOr a songOr a billboard off 75If I wanted to,I could spend ten versesProfessing my love of citrus fruitsOr
  They say that the sap can cause a reaction  The way the pure, tart blood stains your fingertips  As you puncture each seed with feen and rejoice  
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