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  1. And twenty-nine in each leap year. This traditional English mnemonic rhyme, of which many variants are commonly used in English-speaking countries, has a long history and was first included in The Harley Collection, one of the main collections of the British Library, London, England.

  2. Feb 29, 2016 · Leap Year Poem BY MOTHER GOOSE Thirty days hath September, April, June and November. All the rest have thirty-one, Excepting February alone, And that has twenty-eight days clear And twenty-nine in each leap year. LEAPTIDE AND SEASIDE By Sharon O'Riley 2/29/44 A notion at the ocean, today I tried to hide. As the waves approached,…

  3. A special poem for our ‘extra day’ this year. An Extra Day! An extra day! And one that was never planned to be. So, by good fortune, I just happen to have it free. What shall I make of it? For there is so much I could do. So much that I could explore, before this day is through. As this day begins, I have no place that I must go

  4. One day.I have done a little historical research, undisappointed by the human race, satarizing upon the folly, of a day wished for, as if gauranteed. P.... Read the poem free on Booksie.

  5. May 14, 2016 · Leap Year Day Poem by Vincent Onyeche. Read Vincent Onyeche poem:Just for the record of rare 29th of February My brains had a thought in Misery It was on the role of Lucifer the Devil..

  6. Leap Year information for Sheffield, South Yorkshire, on the official site for TheFED - Network of Writing & Community Publishers

  7. Leap Year Poem BY MOTHER GOOSE Thirty days hath September, April, June and November. All the rest have thirty-one, Excepting February alone, And that has twenty-eight days clear And twenty-nine in each leap year. LEAPTIDE AND SEASIDE By Sharon O’Riley 2/29/44 A notion at the ocean, today I tried to hide. As the waves approached, rippling near ...

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