Flower Nerves

1. Your fingers are pinching small flower petals.
The petals have a smooth, velvety touch.
They are very thin and fragile.
Your body becomes a flower.
When you express a flower, it is based on its smell,
the pollen and its entire atmosphere.
You incline frontwards by drawing concentric circles
which are the shape of the petals.
Other petals on your hips and right thigh curl up.
Still another petal curls up on your left thigh.
As a result, your knees shake a little.
Thus your body has now become a flower.
The flower opens slowly.

2. Repeat (1)
A small, white paper flower has bloomed on your right forehead.
Petals curl up from your hip to the right thigh.
Another petal curls up on your left thigh.
A flower has bloomed underneath your chin.
As a result, your knees shake a little.
Thus your body has now become a flower.

3. Repeat (1)
Draw a small star in the air with your right elbow.
Your body has a spine of a peacock.
you start standing up.
A flower has bloomed undernath your chin.
Trace the tears flowing from a girl’s crying face which has appeared in the air.
The flower blooms as you stand.

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