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This poem is about a particular astrological sign I think readers will guess what sign it without the poem ever saying the name

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Good poem I liked it.
Poem is very true, and I knew very fast which sign it was, cause my husband is an Aries, haha, also I have done extensive research on astrology. I really liked that poem.

What Sign Am I?

To lead is important to me at least that's what people say.
Can I agree with others or must I always have it my way?
Whenever there's a discussion, whose opinion do I value most?
Mine is proven to be more reliable, which is a fact not just a boast.
It's been said I make a wonderful friend and a great lover in bed;
Lover yes, but friends are people without faces waiting to be led.
Have you guess what sign I am or do you need more clues?
My sign uses a Ram to represent who I am -
March 21st through April 19th are the dates that I use.

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