The waves crash over my head

 
The waves crash over my head
and your lights are so distant, so small:
be bigger than this, O God, my rescue
for your name is my last breath
 
 
© Meisaan Chan

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(Photo credit: National Geographic)

About Meisaan Chan

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3 Responses to The waves crash over my head

  1. Great picture and beautiful words. Your poetry is inspired.
    I wonder if your poem is to my recent posted poem, your yin to my yan? If you take a peek, please tell me what you think. I wrote of fearing being alone at death, you write that we are never alone and especially not in that last breath.
    Love and blessings, Julia

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