Tag Archives: hope

The mutual reaching

Grope in the darkness until fingertip brushes fingertip: gasp of recognition yelp of joy © Meisaan Chan

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What goes in

The longer your eyes linger upon evil the more its image engraves in your mind and muddies the face of the Lord © Meisaan Chan

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The end

O God my help, at first I flounder but my screaming ends in you so I follow my screaming to its end © Meisaan Chan

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The darkness is easy to dispel, says the Lord

The darkness is easy to dispel, says the Lord: one little light and it is gone – but the shadows! The shadows! © Meisaan Chan

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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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The plea

Sometimes life stretches out in one, great, unhurried expanse like the slow, rolling hills of Nebraska; sometimes it crumples together, dense and rugged and I constantly lose my footing; however the path unfolds before me, please keep me on the … Continue reading

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Infinite opportunities

Do not worry if the opportunity passes; I am the God of infinite opportunities © Meisaan Chan

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