Beam Bradbury - Beam Bradbury\"It was an extraordinary delight to see things eaten to see things darkened and changed With the metal spout in his

Beam Bradbury - Beam Bradbury"It was an extraordinary...

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Beam Bradbury "It was an extraordinary delight to see things eaten, to see things darkened and changed. With the metal spout in his clench hands, with this extraordinary python spitting its venomous lamp oil upon the world, the blood beat in his mind, and his hands were the hands of some stunning conductor playing all the ensembles of bursting and torching to bring the worn spots and charcoal vestiges of history. With his representative protective cap numbered 451 on his indifferent head, and his eyes all orange fire with the considered what came straightaway, he flicked the igniter and the house hopped up in a pigging out fire that consumed the night sky red and yellow and dark. He stepped in a multitude of fireflies. He needed most importantly, similar to the old joke, to push a marshmallow on a stick in the heater, while the fluttering pigeon-winged books passed on the yard and grass of the house. While the books went up in
shining spins and overwhelmed on a breeze turned dim with consuming."

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