Butler F. Temple, ‘The Lily and the Dying Bird’

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The Lily and the Dying Bird

The lily is a favored organism

for the cytological examination

of

meiosis

since when a form

is taken on involuntarily,

the morphological stage of meiosis can be easily for eternity.

When people speak

to one another,

they apply their knowledge of social accessibility,

manipulation,

genetics,

conservation of mechanisms,

and potential.

Due to the large number of precise

replications,

robots are changing into the form

of the dying bird

that it is, in fact,

widely used to perform the colony manipulations.

When researchers

look for an organism

to use in their

confinement

and restraint;

the person is bound to the new form.

Among these are size,

generation,

time,

despair,

so to be in this level one understands

the permanence

of the despair.

Author: Barnaby Taylor

Inspired by his passion for films and video games, Barnaby Taylor loves writing dystopian science fiction and horror. He has recently written the VIRO series about a gang of teenagers struggling to survive in a world overrun by the infected. There are currently three books in the series and Book Four is on the way. VIRO is rapidly infecting the Amazon charts and gaining rave reviews along the way. Here's one of the latest reviews: 'I found myself sucked right into the characters and never-ending action and gore page after page. I very rarely buy books, but immediately purchased number two which I found equally as engrossing. Yesterday I bought book three in the VIRO series and instead of a good night's sleep I've got red eyes and a need for Red Bull! Fantastic series for all my zombie lovers out there!' Book One is currently FREE to download at the following links: http://bit.ly/VIRO1UKKindle http://bit.ly/VIROBOOK1 Barnaby posts weekly updates on his writing on his blog and you can follow these updates at www.falconboy.ie. You can also find him on Twitter @BarnabyFTaylor.

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