|勿 component||do not|
Do not bend it twice or it'll wrap around itself!
When you see a cow, do not think of it as a thing.
This one clearly looks like a cliff.
|广 component||on a cliff|
That dot there, clearly someone standing on a cliff.
To tell your fortune, connect the line to the dot, and the path appears.
Fortune tellers use their mouths to occupy all your time.
If you want to set up a shop, it's best to occupy a spot on a cliff for visibility.
|冂 component||upside down box|
This clearly looks like an upside down box. Doesn't it?
Inside every upside down box, there's a person.
Inside a person, there's a lot of meat.
Are those horns on that tree? No, they're giant grains of rice!
When you see one rice, you know that more will come.
To take a step, a person must bend their knee.
You found one hook on the street. Congratulations!
If you want to go, you must step through one street. If you can't choose one, you won't be going anywhere.
This obviously is a lid. Just look at it!
In the desert, it's as if your mouth is caught in an upside down box. Drinking water never comes from above, so you have to search for it below.
You're not tall enough to be unaffected by a sandstorm, so you need to put a lid on your mouth when entering the desert to avoid choking in the sand.
Above the middle of your mouth there's a line called the philtrum.
Be careful, even one hook can finish you.
A child, if you have even one you know your life is finished.
Two dots and a bend, truly the most insignificant kanji components.
An insignificant cover may hide a vast, profound mind.
Every child with a mind is forced to study.
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Hepburn romanizationwatashi wa chuugoku kara kimashita