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  1. Well, it depends. The first describes the lawn itself. Spring is represented by the lawn itself in a trimmed state. The second associates the act of cutting the lawn with spring. Conceptually, I prefer the second. Though make sure to use your apostrophes. 😉

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      1. Ha, I don’t judge. Those type of things are relatively arbitrary. But in this case, just to help you out, Lawn’s would be appropriate, since the cutting is possessive here. Like “Tintin’s Clever Haikus” or ” Auroraboros’ Obsession with Detail”. 😉

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