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An Ode To The CU Lion Dance Snow Lion

Cuffing season is upon us, and Bwogger Nicki Camberg has got her eye on someone special, even though this relationship may be fleeting.

‘Twas Monday the Second when we first met, on the field outside the Milstein edifice

Your eyes, blazing into my deepest thoughts

I was bewitched, bewildered, and unknowingly betrothed.

I’ve never felt a love like this,

You caught me by surprise

I tried to avoid you,

But you have stayed alive

I thought my passion would melt, that this would be merely a passionate fling

Yet here you are, a week later, still in my heart and mind.

As the world drained on around you, you have continued to thrive

Though you are reaching your final days, you have made me come alive.

So thank you, to the Columbia University Lion Dance snow lion,

Forever in our hearts.

Not soon to be forgotten, even though you must depart.

rip my love

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