Tag Archives: heart

The brazen confirmation

“I want to enter your heart of hearts,” I say. “That is a very arduous path,” God says. “I want to enter your heart of hearts,” I say. © Meisaan Chan

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The end of aimlessness

When I, alone, drift through the cosmos, tether me to your heart; may I trust in the strength of its hold on me and watch as the tether pulls taught © Meisaan Chan  

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Make in me a new heart

Dusty heart: Refresh in me glistening, ready © Meisaan Chan

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I still just want to praise you

My heart, too tired for ardent prayer snuggles up to you instead, matches curve to curve for trust is also a form of praise © Meisaan Chan

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My dear, how you wrestle

My dear, how you wrestle and how I desire your tranquil heart drawn in without fear of oblivion reassured of safety © Meisaan Chan

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I alone am the doorway to me

There are so many voices and each of them will lead you astray from the center of my heart; Some will lead you close some will lead you far away some will take you to the fringes some will be … Continue reading

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Litmus test

A more tender heart toward your enemies? You are on the right path © Meisaan Chan

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