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pome


 


noun


Botany


 


a fruit consisting of a fleshy enlarged receptacle and a tough central core containing the seeds, e.g. an apple, pear, rose-hip, or quince


 


Origin:


late Middle English: from Old French, based on Latin poma, plural of pomum 'apple'


 


 


the pome is also known as a false fruit


 


 


 


 


joust between a split


pear


 


 


over the water


to a


map of a corner


under a stone


 


 


evening wakes a shallow scone


slender slope within his mum


 


 


ash dunes


clamped moons


renting cinders with backs


against the vertical


irrigation within


reliving


everything