Tag Archives: beauty

You can be naked here.

You can be naked here. You can be you, unadulterated, beauty and disease, all. You can be naked here. © Meisaan Chan

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Where you touch my skin, I soften

Where you touch my skin, I soften so touch me everywhere, enter me; soft, soft, soft © Meisaan Chan

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Rejecting beauty

Why reject my beauty, asks the Creator; from my womb I pushed you out and infused you with my beauty © Meisaan Chan

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Sight

Sometimes I am beautiful, says the Lord and sometimes I am putrid: Keep watch! Do not be lulled by your images of me, that first step to blindness © Meisaan Chan

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A note to the observer

Humans bring beauty and mess with them wherever they go so if you happen to see a human, expect it: beauty and mess beauty and mess © Meisaan Chan

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The secret place

Go, hide in your secret place Go and be nourished © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: Twisted Sifter)

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Clues

I. And before all this, I looked out the window only because I saw a red, glowing rectangle pasted on my hotel wall. The clue. So I turned. II. The red, rising sun peeked from behind the clouds, then continued … Continue reading

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