Tag Archives: bird

Wisdom of baby birds

Baby birds blindmouths gaping opentrusting the source © Meisaan Chan

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O Great Spirit

O Great Spirit, alighting in silence circling slowly in my heart wingtips trembling in the current as you circle circle circle spiraling through the expanse – for Katie Reimer © Meisaan Chan

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Singing bird

A singing bird woke me in the middle of the night, one lone voice trilling through the stillness: Annoyed, I stumbled to the bathroom – what is wrong with this crazy bird, why won’t it shut up but upon my … Continue reading

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It can come thick as a forest

  It can come thick as a forest or lonely as a bird but behold, mystery is in all     © Meisaan Chan     (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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Little bird in the storm

  Little bird in the storm watching every droplet fall, sharing secrets with the rain of your suspension in the sky       © Meisaan Chan

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Little bird

  Little bird gazing at emerging stars do you wonder at the heavens, too? Do even you, with feathered fingers long to touch the light?     © Meisaan Chan     (Photo credit: Betsy Devany,  www.betsydevany.wordpress.com)  

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How close you come to me

  How close you come to me, like the whisper of a bird’s wings caressing my face, flitting, then gone with only my tingling soul serving as remembrance       © Meisaan Chan    

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