March said to April,
I see 3 hoggs (hoggets, sheep) upon a hill;
And if you'll lend me dayes 3
I'll find a way to make them dee (die)
The first o' them wus wind and weet,
The second o' them wus snaw and sleet,
The third o' them wus sick a freeze,
It froze the birds' nebs (noses) to the trees.
When the 3 days were past and gane
The 3 silly hoggs came hirpling (limping) hame.   
On or round the 21st of March the days and nights are of equal length throughout the World, that is known as the spring equinox in the Northern Hemisphere and the autumn equinox in the Southern Hemisphere. The other month when there is an equinox is September.