Category Archives: Scripture riff

I travel the world looking for my love

I travel the world looking for my love;in airports, on the streets of VeniceI constantly refresh my browser, aching for just a glimpse of your face, aching for the ways you bend delight into the curvature of my heartand how … Continue reading

Posted in addiction, anxiety, contemplation, Feminine God, Food addiction, Haiku/haiku-esque poetry, meditation, Poetry, PTSD, Recovery and healing, Rumi-esque, Scripture riff, Spiritual search, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Strange safety

Helplessness can be safe being vulnerable can be safe – it depends on who’s hands you’re in © Meisaan Chan

Posted in addiction, Food addiction, Poetry, PTSD, Recovery and healing, Scripture riff, Spiritual poetry, writing | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

God’s safety

God’s safety always includes death © Meisaan Chan

Posted in addiction, Food addiction, Poetry, PTSD, Recovery and healing, Scripture riff, Spiritual poetry, writing | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Trust me more, says the Lord

Deepen into infinity – do you really think that you’ve arrived? © Meisaan Chan

Posted in addiction, anxiety, Food addiction, God speaks poetry, Poetry, PTSD, Recovery and healing, Scripture riff, Spiritual poetry, writing | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

No one said that self-care is efficient!

No one said that self-care is efficient! The wise readjust to the flow © Meisaan Chan

Posted in addiction, Food addiction, Poetry, PTSD, Recovery and healing, Scripture riff, Spiritual poetry, writing | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The promise

I will lead you through the fireand bring you to the resting place © Meisaan Chan

Posted in addiction, anxiety, compassion, Food addiction, God speaks poetry, Haiku/haiku-esque poetry, meditation, Poetry, PTSD, Recovery and healing, Rumi-esque, Scripture riff, writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

When the world stops spinning

When the world stops spinningand you and I meet at lastI, in deficit, without shoes and starvingYou, abundant:Finally, in stillness,I accept what you’ve been trying to give © Meisaan Chan

Posted in addiction, anxiety, Food addiction, Haiku/haiku-esque poetry, meditation, Poetry, Rumi-esque, Scripture riff, writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment