Across The Line – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“In origami the first folding should be done very well, so that the paper can stand.” Kazuko Horiuchi

Across The Line

O how I love your folds,
across the line I go 
following the very crease 
of you, sensing your
essence, holding your form,
seeing your true colour as
we fold and refold, not 
knowing where, or that 
there is, was, a line, now
blurred, lost in each other,
all the while emerging.


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22 responses to “Across The Line – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. I love this☺️💛

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  2. A very sensuous metaphor, Paul Well done.

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  3. The meaning of your words are perfect for the perspective of being on a dance with Life. Lost in each other, all the while emerging.

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  4. lync56

    I love allusion in this poem to something other

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  5. What a beautiful way to describe changing and doing it together, Paul! ❤

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