Is a day of birth.
A new poet is given to the Earth.
At the edge of dawn,
The last Frost has gone,
Spring is on its way.
Is a day of death.
A drummer takes his last breath,
Without a wife or scion.
In like a lion,
Out like a lamb.
Is a day of change.
Crowns are given and rearranged.
Never forget those at rest,
Who died for us and are blessed,
At the nation's capitol.
Is a day of reflection.
A product of natural selection.
I wouldn't be what I am now,
An answer to my parent's vow,
On this day I completed a family.
Is just another day.
People are born, people decay,
All move with this giant sphere,
85 days have gone in the year,
280 days to go.
 Robert Frost, an American poet, died on March 26, 1874.
 Randy Castillo, drummer for Motley Crue, died on March 26, 2002.
 Pope John XIX crowns Conrad II as Holy Roman Emperor on March 26, 1026.
 A ceremony for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is held at Washington, D.C. on March 26, 1982.