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Default Sedges Poem?

On Tuesday, June 4, 1996 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, John Blackmer wrote:
There is a poem of some sort that contains the line "sedges have edges"

Does anyone know of it? If so, I'd like the details.

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Sedges have edges,
and rushes are round,
grasses have joints,
and all can be found where willow abound.

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