Category Archives: Earth poetry

The God shelter

Indestructible eternal, placid, soothing; unassailable doors slide open upon the words “Help me” © Meisaan Chan

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Why the opening is so important

If you open like a pinhole eternity will wait an eternity’s length to dribble-drabble in; If you open like an earthquake rupture eternity will still take an eternity’s time – but the receiving! The receiving! © Meisaan Chan

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Why the container is so important

A thimble-soul holds a symbol of God A cavern-soul holds a cavern of God A universe-soul holds a universe of God – and of course, there’s always more © Meisaan Chan

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Homing

Love, unfettered flies home to love homing pigeon in flight © Meisaan Chan

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I want to go home

I want to go home winding road mocks me not headed in right direction © Meisaan Chan

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The destination determines the path

The destination determines the path so choose your end goal wisely: it is tragic to sweat and toil on the winding path for something you do not want © Meisaan Chan

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How you need to look

Steep mountain trail curls through the forest in an unrelenting ribbon of rock and clay; I go forward, slowly, muscles burning on the climb; when I remember to look up, I see the also unrelenting beauty but some times demand … Continue reading

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