Tag Archives: lost

The cement pourer

When the path crumbles beneath your feet, take hope for God can put dust back together © Meisaan Chan

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The destination determines the path

The destination determines the path so choose your end goal wisely: it is tragic to sweat and toil on the winding path for something you do not want © Meisaan Chan

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The road trip

Check your signs frequently make sure you’re still on the path © Meisaan Chan

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please catch me

In my sliver of a moment a breath, a turning, a remembrance: You please catch me You © Meisaan Chan

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Pit stops

All the stops on the pathway home! All the ways to forget where we’re going! © Meisaan Chan

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With just one swerve, the path turns foreign

With just one swerve, the path turns foreign, other-worldly, hostile to life – still, I go with you still, I lead the way © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)    

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The end of wandering, III

Those who don’t listen, wander Those who do listen, journey © Meisaan Chan

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