Origami (And Lots of it!)

Firstly, a gathering of cranes:

Sea Creatures arrive to a strange, new land:

And Moby Dick find peace from Ahab:

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And as always, the rest! :

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About skyraftwanderer

A person who enjoys writing short story things, poetry and other random things that come into my head.
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8 Responses to Origami (And Lots of it!)

  1. Mary says:

    I really enjoyed this! Beautiful photos.

  2. ed pilolla says:

    i enjoy origami art very much. this was nice and light-hearted:)

  3. Yousei Hime says:

    Yay for you–more origami and didn’t you say someone found one you left? Way cool. I saw this in my Poem-a-Day mail and thought of you. So I’ll share it here.

    The Other Side of the River
    by Xi Chuan
    translated by Lucas Klein

    On the other side of the river
    there is a flame
    a flame
    burning May

    burning August

    when the pagoda tree blooms, the professor with lentigo bows to her
    when orange blossoms fall, an heir of graceful demeanor waves to her
    and smiles

    yet on the other side of the river she remains, still burning
    like the underwater glistening of red coral
    like a red straw hat blown away in the breeze

    when I saw her yesterday she was totally still, looking to the sky
    and today she lowers her head to watch the river
    if it were overcast and raining, what would she do there on that side
    of the river?
    —her flame would not go out

    a poet looks to her
    a farmer looks to her
    a Dialectical Materialist looks to her
    she is on the other side of the river, burning
    burning May
    burning August

    • Wow, never had a poem remind someone of me. It’s very special, and the poem just rocks. Thank you so much.

      Yep, some one found one. You can see who on Herd boy and Weaver. Last five comments I think. Totally awesome.

  4. D... says:

    I love your delicate paper world. The inhabitants are so wonderful and lovely. Their only wee purpose is to be beautiful.

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