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Contents Page: July, 2010, vol 6 no 2

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Diana Webb

Leoconum Vernum

The perianth, segment elongate and white, hangs from the peduncle. Sepals and petals (calyx and corolla) dip towards the earth, containing space within their concave open ended structure, stamens (filament and anther) suspended from the centre.

sunlight strikes
this small bell of a flower
a white gold wave

Graupel (hollow column, needle, sector plate, thin hexagon a dendrite) fall, and on colliding with the droplets within clouds, they fracture, making new particles which fragment in chain reactions. As they descend, the large number of ice crystals thus formed adhere to one another.

a chalice
sipping from itself
spring snowflake

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