Flowers and Children

The half-awake state of children is the same thing
as a flower about to bloom.
This condition requires smell, light, and the other characteristics
when one dances a flower.

The child has become a white flower.
Then an angel. Then a child who is writing something.
Then a child who is falling asleep. Then a child who is dreaming.
then a child who is fearing something in its dream.
Then a daffodil. Then a lotus flower.
Then it has transformed back into a child.
Some plum flowers have bloomed on the back of the child’s eyelids.
the child has become a flower and slightly sinks.
The child has become a flower and slightly sinks.
The child has become the cape of light like in Michaux’s painting.
It then becomes a white flower that is almost
evaporating into the air. It finally becomes a small girl Mignon.

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