Tulips give their all. So much so that there's not much chance of a repeat performance.
Carrying on with sport, I've noticed that the sub editors on the Guardian's sports pages (printed version) are working hard for their living - or maybe it's just one particular sub - by creating some wonderfully rhythmic headlines. This week's highlights have been 'Sunderland make light of Gardner's red card with show of slickness and spirit', and my favourite so far which uses iambic pentameter: 'Wiggins wobbles among curves and cobbles as Battaglin strikes blow for the minnows'. Hats off to him/her/them; I've been reading the sports pages for a long time as they often contain quite brilliant prose, metaphor, psychology and philosophy, and now I can include poetry.