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  • A flower's bloomed from a 32,000 year old seed. Four white blossoms, actually. With leaves that look lush and soft.

    I wonder how many lab-coated scientists (reciting round Russian vowels) it took to rouse the sleeper?

    And did it hurt, waking from that long Siberian slumber?

    Is the flower (its companions long gone) lonely?
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