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sudden as it might be, great big flowers opening, and you hear them go slap ! Yes, slap ! And they slide down, and they stand round you, wrapped up in them wings of theirs, like cloaks, and they wait."
" What for?" she asked.
" They wait for you to die."
" Why?"
" So as to eat you."
" Not till you're dead?"
" No."
" Ah."
Silence again. Then the little girl said: "What are they for?"
The old man replied: "To clean up. You can't have things lying around all over the place. They clean things up. They are ..." he paused and then said: "on fatigue. They get a wilderness dug out. If it wasn't for them horrible birds the desert would stink. Because everything is dying all the time. Yes, in them hot places it is easy to live. If you put your walkingstick into the ground, roses would come out of it. And if it is easy for one thing to live, it is easy for another thing to live; and it is easy for you to get along, and also for your enemy likewise. Yes, woman, the easier it is to live, the easier it is to die. But woman, you look at me. I'm ten times older than you are, and I'm alive. I'm eighty."
" Eighty's not much," she said.
He went on rather dreamily: "I see every day fellas fretting-fretting like prisoners behind bars-at being in this Army. But woman, do I say to them: `Youn; fella, I have been in this Army over sixty year'? No

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