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This object was the Rose of Sharon, and at once George became actively astir to the surgings of yesterday, the mysteries of the future.
Listen, Rose of Sharon, for this is really the point on which I came to hold counsel.
This Rose of Sharon is apparently edible, although I’d be pretty careful to pick out any bumble bees before getting it anywhere near my mouth.
Poppy -- melancholy in all its ill-scented gaudiness; but as it is, he is like the Rose of Sharon, whose balm and beauty shall not wither, planted on the banks of "that river whose streams make glad the city of the