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Flower bouquet, II

Nothing knows the power of community Nothing knows the impermanence of community then a bouquet of flowers © Meisaan Chan

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Flower bouquet, I

At first, I am overwhelmed by beauty I am blinded slowly, though, my eyes adjust and I start to see the subtle illness the subtle death the subtle imperfection and all of this gives me pause for praise, comfort, and … Continue reading

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Perspective

Throughout the day, I turned the bouquet of flowers on my desk this way and that, gazing at a different curve of petal, a different spike of leaf: So gently they remind me that beauty is not contained in a … Continue reading

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Flower petals

I scatter them wherever you go and sometimes you tread without noticing, but if you look at the bottom of your feet, you will see that I scatter them wherever you go © Meisaan Chan

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Footprints, of a sort

…and in the strangest places, flowers grow a sign that the Lord has passed © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)  

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As goes the flower, so goes the heart

The peonies unfurl from their tight, beautiful fists: feathered color, revealing the tender center © Meisaan Chan  

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In remembrance

Memories unfold origami flowers always blooming © Meisaan Chan

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