bountifulness


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Bland on the greensward, divested amid verdure, 'undecked save with herself', the narrow virginal instrument, Eve, assumes the plenitude and bountifulness of motherhood.
And you can harvest it at its ultimate nutritional bountifulness.
The world offers the bountifulness of the terrestrial nourishment to our intentions--including those of Rabelais; the world where youth is happy and restless with desire is the world itself.