"The month squared equals the square of the sum of the members of the set of the prime factors of the day. Isn't that romantic?"
Amy's reply contorts a Shakespeare quote: "shall I compare thee to a day that's also a really weird math problem?"
It's indeed weird as the squaring is introduced for no reason at all.
But also, how rare is the circumstance? What other dates of the year exhibit the property? Remember that because of the set-membership criterion, each prime factor is included in the sum only once: 12 has prime factors 2 and 3, and those add up to 5, for May.