Tag Archives: empty

I can take your seething rage

I can take your seething rage, says the Lord, it will not hurt me; and when you’re empty, in its place I will begin to heal © Meisaan Chan

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Futures that never come

Nighttime obsessing daytime preoccupation life force drains away © Meisaan Chan

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In search of fullness

I look for you along the empty streets – they’re actually chaotic streets, but somehow empty – and I’m looking to be filled © Meisaan Chan    

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Empty inside

Empty inside under-skin-hollow so much horrid space © Meisaan Chan

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The Carver

  Carve out a little space, O God and then, when nestled, carve the walls yet further still until the shavings curl away in thick cloud-piles, until the walls are thin, then holed, then open, until you carve the nothingness: … Continue reading

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Give it all to me.

  Give it all to me. I did not create the heart to be a prison for your blind and lame and diseased but a chamber to be emptied out and filled eternally with me.     © Meisaan Chan  

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There is nothing left.

  There is nothing left. I’ve thrown out the furniture the jewelry, the photos, the bed even my spare set of socks for all of this takes up space which you, the God of infinity, plan to fill and so … Continue reading

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