Cut me open and see
the moths finally fly free.
One thousand, maybe two
fly out of me.
Cut me open and blow
the dandelion seeds down to my toes. 66 more words
The author lays his idea on the marble table of the café. Lengthy meditation, for he makes use of the time before the arrival of the glass, the lens through which he examines the patient. 112 more words
Ever wondered what biological witchcraft is going on inside the chrysalis (‘cocoon’) of a developing butterfly? One team from Manchester University and the Natural History Museum has a better idea than most – Tristan Lowe and colleagues used CT scanning technology to trace the development of living animals undergoing metamorphosis. 180 more words