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The Encyclopedia of Fall: N is for No No-See-Ums

The Encyclopedia of Fall: N is for No No-See-Ums
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Itchless in Autumn
With early autumn’s frosty blast,
Our ankles whisper, “Free at last!”
The only place you’ll see no-see-ums
Is in a case, at bug museums.

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