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1  Delicately, like the petals of a flower.
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2  She touched her chin with the flower, laughing.
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3  "I sometimes think drivers don't know what grass is, or flowers, because they never see them slowly," she said.
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4  Yet somehow we think we can grow, feeding on flowers and fireworks, without completing the cycle back to reality.
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5  We are living in a time when flowers are trying to live on flowers, instead of growing on good rain and black loam.
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6  The police helicopters were rising so far away that it seemed someone had blown the gray head off a dry dandelion flower.
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7  He cut off its terrible emptiness, drew back, and gave the entire room a gift of one huge bright yellow flower of burning.
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8  Montag's face was entirely numb and featureless; he felt his head turn like a stone carving to the dark place next door, set in its bright border of flowers.
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9  Something your hand touched some way so your soul has somewhere to go when you die, and when people look at that tree or that flower you planted, you're there.
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10  And there on the small screen was the burnt house, and the crowd and something with a sheet over it and out of the sky, fluttering, came the helicopter like a grotesque flower.
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11  Once he saw her shaking a walnut tree, once he saw her sitting on the lawn knitting a blue sweater, three or four times he found a bouquet of late flowers on his porch, or a handful of chestnuts in a little sack, or some autumn leaves neatly pinned to a sheet of white paper and thumbtacked to his door.
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