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without flower or bloom and not producing seeds

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Broken plates with faceless blue soldiers on them, exhaust tubes, road flares, lawnmower blades, flowerless pots, wheelless wagons, floppy disks leaking their cotton guts, AAA batteries, chicken ribs, a Welcome to Our Home Sweet Home doormat, an evergreen mood ring, speakers, an empty dog collar with ROSA etched in script into the gold bone-shaped nametag.
Other desserts, all priced at $5, all with the Five Loaves homemade stamp, included flowerless chocolate mousse cake, bread pudding, and chocolate cheesecake with pecans and caramel sauce.
Flowers are but a rarity in the park and this is lonely park, which can be dubbed as flowerless park, said Din Muhammad, a shopkeeper.
I AM sure we have all noticed the near completion of Broadgate, Trinity Street, Hales Street, Ironmonger Row and Bull Yard and the colossal amount of paving slabs used so that we can all benefit from the virtual treeless, grassless and flowerless areas to walk on.
The conservatory of the family's Twenty-Third-Street New York home remained "an empty waste, unheated and flowerless, because the money gave out with the furnishing of the billiard-room.
13) Zimmer observes that "the closest living relatives to flowers are flowerless species that produce seeds, a group that includes pine trees" (4).
but what will become of Whitman, the flowerless grass plant who longs to be beautiful enough to be accepted at tea like Mrs.
And apparently there is nothing worse than coming home from your spring vacation to an empty fridge and a FLOWERLESS house.
The marker slants, flowerless, day's almost done, I stand above my father's grave with rage, Often, often before I've made this awful pilgrimage to one Who cannot visit me, who tore his page Out: I come back for more.
A land that is lonelier than ruin; A sea that is stranger than death: Far fields that a rose never blew in, Wan waste where the winds lack breath; Waste endless and boundless and flowerless But of marsh-blossoms fruitless as free: Where earth lies exhausted, as powerless To strive with the sea.
Part of McMurtry's effectiveness is the distance his flowerless, frank writing and vocal delivery create between his narrators and his topics.