Farmer Gill has been cursed. He's freezing, and nothing warms him — not the fire in December, not a hot bath in March, and not even the sun in July.
When William Wordsworth recounts the story of "Goody Blake, and Harry Gill" in 1798, he puts "July" at the end of one line and "truly" at the end of another — where the rhyme should be.
This works, of course, because right up to that time, "July's" stress was on its first syllable.
"July" or "July", let's enjoy the month and season:
›› Sun, sea and surfing. July! (IncrediMail)