Scrambling Habits of the Heart

Somethings insist on being drawn, this vine, making its way over the top garden bed in the Cunningham Courtyard of the Sydney Botanic Gardens being case in point. It was that exurbant dangling clause- the poddy flower,  that got me in. If this flower were a phrase, it would be bigger than the sentence that contained it. Quite impossible? The seed case proves the opposite.

Oh, yes, the vine's, like most, a scrambler,
wearing it's heart-shaped leaves on trailing lines.

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