Origami

Originally thought it was nice to make sharp lines

right to keep my hands clean

insightful to follow the instructions

great to build bright beauty

all polite but

my practice shows me

it ends in torn crumpled mess: who cares, what’s best?

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  1. “Not a crumpled mess”, it was a beautiful “lay out”. You can help people reach to the highest, and never stop to look the finger that is pointing to the sun. Thank You.

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