On Aging

the worst thing is to cling to yourself,
refusing impermanence, only to watch yourself
slip away

The best thing is to accept that you are slipping away
and will return to the myriad things

Within the acceptance, the anchor,
the delight in the myriad, in the return

© Meisaan Chan

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