Category Archives: Feminine God

The good news

Your fear is so thick and your trust is so thin – you can work to reverse this © Meisaan Chan

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Toxic masculinity will recede

Toxic masculinity will recede when men make love to me and learn the truth of power © Meisaan Chan

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The idol of self

If you believe you have all power you have left no room for me © Meisaan Chan

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Calm, calm, says the Lord, taking me in her arms

Calm, calm, says the Lord, taking me in her arms you have so much yet to learn about that one true thing © Meisaan Chan

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The spirituality of submission

I lay down and lay down and lay down until finally, my hands are freed: Please, do whatever you want with me © Meisaan Chan

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Night murmurs

Hush, hush, murmurs the Lord as she strokes me in the night I am all things for you: everything you need is everything I give, and more © Meisaan Chan

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Grow, grow, says the gardener

Grow, grow, says the gardener; Let your roots reach deeper into unknown darkness so your branches can reach higher © Meisaan Chan  

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