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    Petulantly Penitent Magdalen's Avatar
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    Origami Love

    Crisply crease
    along the fold, half-fold
    bend again and tuck-in
    the flap, smooth – give a

    rub across a 90⁰
    angle, flip the finger up,
    . . . . . . . .. .give no lip but feather
    . . . . fan and fluff both corners
    until you
    are happy
    with your
    origami love
    Last edited by Magdalen; 02-23-2017 at 08:20 AM. Reason: too much love
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    I love your reason for the edit.

    Nicely done, Mags.
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    this is a crisp and lovely piece, mag.
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    I was a post man , you take me back ,to my secret love of envelops and packaging .
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    I mis-read this as "original love" and was going to chime in with "what a quaint/romantic idea", but after reading the poem, like this even better.

    Nicely done - it actually evokes the passion and skills needed to really pull off origami art well in a way that the reader can appreciate.
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    Thanks for the comments! I also meant this as a comment on how some will bend themselves within a relationship. ++ 2nd stanza shape!!
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