Is it Wrong?
I am told that i like straight lines,
because that is right.
Indeed straight lines have good qualities,
They can be dignified,
They can make a point,
They are firm.
I am told i do not like curves,
because that is wrong.
But i see their good qualities too,
They can be elegant,
They can be subtle,
They are soft.
I like straight lines
I like curves
Is it wrong?
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