And you thought you didn't know any T.S. Eliot.
You've probably flushed most poetry you were ever forced to read in high school. Gone is the disturbing notion of "measuring out (your) life with coffee spoons." You vaguely recall an Allman Brothers double album that dared to you to "eat a peach." You're pretty sure it was a hamburger franchise that said, "You must know the rules in order to break them," and Jon Stewart who said, "Humankind cannot bear very much reality."
But even you know that "April is the cruelest month."