Category Archives: Haiku/haiku-esque poetry

Glowing with sun

After three days of rain the grasses glow with sun and astonished, we look up © Meisaan Chan

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Peel away your fear

Peel away your fear: Yes, the layers seem endless but I alone am infinite © 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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The emergence of the soul

Silence draws the soul to sit on the outside © Meisaan Chan

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Needing you

The door appears: Starving, I step through meeting you © 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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Saturated with God

I enter this world empty-handed and empty-handed I leave it saturated with God © Meisaan Chan

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