64% OF ST. MICHAEL’S STUDENTS DONT KNOW WHO ST. MICHAEL IS–Translation Party Version

We already have forgotten
the importance of Heloise,
the importance of Henry III.

Can you enclose the line from Julian?
Do you remember the butterfly dog?
The key figure in the arm to arm
is buried around the Cyclades.

What was the company?
How is the stone circle?

First Christian faith,
and then people did Gautama.
Elysium is a mystery, a mystery?

St. Michael, however,
all above the rocky shore.
In the garden,
his fallen angels dispatched.

Kill us all because we call you.
If it has been provided so far,
he forgot to pay the other,
waiting quietly for their souls.

This poem never quite worked in my own words, but the Translation Party version does, I think.  Mostly, I wanted to something with the weird title statistic that I read a couple of years ago.

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