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Morning Glory H1 Morning Glory H2 Morning Glory H3 Morning Glory H4 Morning Glory V1
"Behold, how the heavenly blue bindweed doth entwine and casts a kind and fragrant shade." 
Ben Jonson
"I shall wind thee in my arms as the morning glory and the sweet honeysuckle do gently entwist."
Shakespeare
"The glories on the French Riviera were so blue as though someone had torn great masses out of a morning sky."
Reginald Arkell
"In baskets bring thou pinke and bleue bindweed and violets withall."
Columella
"Every morning when the dawn brightens into joy, the morning glory renews our hope and peace which withers not."  Anonymous Oxford student
         
Morning Glory V2 Morning Glory V3 Morning Glory V4 Morning Glory V5 Morning Glory V6
"And round green roots I see pale pink convolvulus in tendrils creep."
Matthew Arnold
"A morning glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books."  Walt Whitman "A morning glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books."  Walt Whitman "Every morning when the dawn brightens into joy, the morning glory renews our hope and peace which withers not."  Anonymous Oxford student "Every morning when the dawn brightens into joy, the morning glory renews our hope and peace which withers not."  Anonymous Oxford student
         
Morning Glory V7 Morning Glory V8 Morning Glory V9 Morning Glory H5 Morning Glory V10
"Behold, how the heavenly blue bindweed doth entwine and casts a kind and fragrant shade." 
Ben Jonson
"And round green roots I see pale pink convolvulus in tendrils creep."
Matthew Arnold
"A morning glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books."  Walt Whitman "I shall wind thee in my arms as the morning glory and the sweet honeysuckle do gently entwist."
Shakespeare
"A morning glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books."  Walt Whitman
         
Morning Glory V11        
       
"I shall wind thee in my arms as the morning glory and the sweet honeysuckle do gently entwist."
Shakespeare
       
         
         

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