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The following is a piece of writing submitted by marlowe kitt on March 29, 2010
"I didn't think of an animal but I did think of Julius Caesar, who had a friend named Brutus, which is kind of a cool name for a dog, I guess....Hope you like."

Tides of March

The Tides of March

"Beware the Ides of March" they say,
For in the Theatre of Pompey
Loosed Caesar his last winsome speech
"Alas," said he, "Et tu Brute."

Beware the Tides of March, say I,
For tidal waves from darkened sky,
The seam of heaven seem to breach,
Descend, and leave us nothing dry.

Though came and saw and conquered he,
The ghost of Caesar conquered be,
For Tides of March doth truly teach
What means "Veni, Vidi, Vici."

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