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19th Jun '17 4:17:40 PM jormis29
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* Bette Midler, "The Rose"

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* Bette Midler, Music/BetteMidler, "The Rose"
3rd Jun '17 9:06:15 AM Piterpicher
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* In the first ''[[SuikodenI Suikoden]]'', the farmer Blackman is found in the burned-out ruins of Kalekka, stubbornly caring for his seedlings. He only joins the [[OneHundredAndEight Stars of Destiny]] if you avoid stepping on his plants. But why would you do such a thing, anyway...?

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* In the first ''[[SuikodenI ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenI Suikoden]]'', the farmer Blackman is found in the burned-out ruins of Kalekka, stubbornly caring for his seedlings. He only joins the [[OneHundredAndEight Stars of Destiny]] if you avoid stepping on his plants. But why would you do such a thing, anyway...?
8th May '17 9:53:41 PM Golondrina
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* The ''{{Remnants}}'' series by KA Applegate subverted this trope. The whole world is a wasteland after it was hit by an asteroid, and the characters have been travelling on a generation starship and then reach Earth. They're thinking about trying to restore Earth to its life-supporting ecology, but they also have the understandable option of just getting back on the starship where they can be supported by its technology. Then they see a flower growing somewhere. Guess what? It was a fake, placed there by a character named Yago, who, if he was outside the MoralEventHorizon before, has now fallen deeply within it. While everyone else is looking at this flower, celebrating Earth's chance for a new life, Yago makes the ship take off and leaves them stranded.

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* The ''{{Remnants}}'' ''Literature/{{Remnants}}'' series by KA Applegate subverted this trope. The whole world is a wasteland after it was hit by an asteroid, and the characters have been travelling on a generation starship and then reach Earth. They're thinking about trying to restore Earth to its life-supporting ecology, but they also have the understandable option of just getting back on the starship where they can be supported by its technology. Then they see a flower growing somewhere. Guess what? It was a fake, placed there by a character named Yago, who, if he was outside the MoralEventHorizon before, has now fallen deeply within it. While everyone else is looking at this flower, celebrating Earth's chance for a new life, Yago makes the ship take off and leaves them stranded.
23rd Mar '17 5:17:21 PM TroperBeDoper
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* In the final episode of Mahou Sentai Magiranger, MagiRed has crossed the Despair Event Horizon, with his older siblings and fellow teammates trying to reawaken his confidence by pointing out a single flower that had grown despite the main villain, N. Ma, having devoured all life in existence.

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* In the final episode of Mahou Sentai Magiranger, MagiRed Magi Red has crossed the Despair Event Horizon, with his older siblings and fellow teammates trying to reawaken his confidence by pointing out a single flower that had grown despite the main villain, N. Ma, having devoured all life in existence.
20th Jan '17 10:40:35 AM deven0711
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* In the final episode of Mahou Sentai Magiranger, MagiRed has crossed the Despair Event Horizon, with his older siblings and fellow teammates trying to reawaken his confidence by pointing out a single flower that had grown despite the main villain, N. Ma, having devoured all life in existence.
14th Jan '17 3:58:20 AM Adept
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLorax'' ends with the dark and desolate remains of Truffula Tree forest valley regaining light when the last seed was planted and grown.
26th Sep '16 12:19:11 PM AnotherDuck
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* Jack pine trees have seed pods that only open after a fire. And they sprout quickly. Thus often a few months after a devastating forest fire, you see the beginnings of new green trees.
** Fireweed does the same thing.
26th Sep '16 11:52:06 AM eroock
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* This happens at the end of ''Anime/{{Tekkonkinkreet}}'', when the apple seed which White plants nearly a year earlier finally sprouts and blossoms in the end, reflecting the hope that Black's reunification with White will lead to a brighter future.



* This happens at the end of ''Anime/{{Tekkonkinkreet}}'', when the apple seed which White plants nearly a year earlier finally sprouts and blossoms in the end, reflecting the hope that Black's reunification with White will lead to a brighter future.
27th Aug '16 4:01:08 AM ergeis
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** The outros for the main series show fields of grass and mountains, implying that the world might recover one day.
18th Aug '16 1:08:37 PM Tre
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* The covers of the ''Literature/{{Deathlands}}'' series (set in an AfterTheEnd North America) often used this theme -- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pilgrimage_to_Hell.jpg as seen here]] in the first novel, taken from a scene in the book. Acknowledged in the SciFiChannel FilmOfTheBook where the TrueCompanions go RidingIntoTheSunset desert in their [[WeaponizedCar Sec Wag]], and a couple of daisies are in the foreground.

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* The covers of the ''Literature/{{Deathlands}}'' series (set in an AfterTheEnd North America) often used this theme -- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pilgrimage_to_Hell.jpg as seen here]] in the first novel, taken from a scene in the book. Acknowledged in the SciFiChannel [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] FilmOfTheBook where the TrueCompanions go RidingIntoTheSunset desert in their [[WeaponizedCar Sec Wag]], and a couple of daisies are in the foreground.
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