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“Awake, aware in tented night, a flax bush shuffled glissé tread of frond on frond and seed-pod prattle marching on the fractious wind surrounds the tent, and lake, and night.”
“Made entirely of paper, the seed-pod shaped coffin is entirely biodegradable and environmentally safe.”
“There are no lions, coconut trees, or giant crabs I'm about a 12 hour bus-ride from the ocean, but these do exist on Zanzibar, and there is only one type of breakfast-food-like seed-pod that grows on trees.”
“Knowledge locked in verse from a time when books were hard to make and harder to protect, from a time when Pasho wandered like dandelion seeds between far-flung villages, holding up their palms in greeting to show the Open Eye and beg their free movement, dispensing their knowledge as far as their seed-pod minds could carry them, hoping to set down roots, and begin schools where they would seed new Pasho further afield.”
“Moreover, it was not only in the last-named that familiar features had reappeared, as invisible till then in her face as the inturned parts of a seed-pod, the eventual opening out of which would never be suspected.”
“Pattie wondered if these food centers used replicators or whether they cooked their root-aphid puddings and seed-pod pilafs the old way.”
“I think they got the idea from this show about these seed-pod people taking over the earth.”
“The aircraft cracked in half, a seed-pod giving up its spores, an egg yielding its mystery.”
“A single capsule, or seed-pod, contains about a thousand seeds.”
“It is only an annual certainly, and each seed-pod holds no more than six or seven seeds.”
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