Tag Archives: mystery

Full of grace

No one can fill with grace except God so when you see someone full, know that God has passed © Meisaan Chan  

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One facet

All that you know of me is but one facet, says the Lord; one slight turn and all is foreign, yet still I © Meisaan Chan

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Resting in imperfection – a note from Meisaan

Friends, For those of you who have been following along for a couple years, you might notice that over the next weeks, some poems will be repeating. This was due to an error that I made when scheduling these posts. … Continue reading

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The end of religion

Blessed is the one who can hold religion lightly in the hands: its depths are but the gateway into mystery, and at its end the mystery continues and continues infinitely © Meisaan Chan

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Ink crawling on the page

Like phantom, you appear from the nothing, something how very consistent you are © Meisaan Chan

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After the storm

Deep shadows, bold morning light rain still sliding down my window, the world, slick and golden, glowing from within – and then the gold is gone, fled, leaving only drenched flatness but I remember what just passed I remember the … Continue reading

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Underestimations

Most people underestimate God because infinity is insufficiently explored © Meisaan Chan

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