when ideas become too complicated and the pursuit of perfection is misconstrued as a need for excess // when there is so much involved
that individual components cannot be discerned // when it is hard to break the rules of excess, then new rules need to be established. //
it descends back to the begining where the construction of things visual or aureal is too uncomplicated to not be beautiful // but this is done
in the knowledge that we can only become simple to a point and then there is nowhere else to go. // there are definite natural things which
cannot be broken down into lesser components. // even if the goal of achieving beauty from simplicity is asthetically less exciting // it may force
the mind to acknowledge the simple components that make the complicated beautiful.

(The white stripes)