Category Archives: Earth poetry

Darkness in Michigan

The thickness of the Lord is upon us when the lights go out not a shadow to be seen © Meisaan Chan

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Ghosts in a choir

Back porch deck light, falling rain: I gaze across the lake, at the birch trees standing like ghosts in a choir watching me © Meisaan Chan

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Upon looking out the morning window

The night snow sneaks up like a cat on silken paws then leaps! – ah! – The whiteness world dazzles! © Meisaan Chan

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Hovering

I am in the definitions and I am between them, and I’m certainly where there are no definitions at all © Meisaan Chan

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Gazing out the cabin window, beauty gazing back at me

Birch trees numerous as the cattails standing white, standing brown © Meisaan Chan

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Impeccable spirit

Wind on the water the lake leans east impeccable crumbles of shadow and light impeccable spirit © Meisaan Chan

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Dancing leaves

Autumn leaves whorl in the air their freedom finally purchased in death © Meisaan Chan

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