Tag Archives: Poetry

Resuscitation

With the writing of my soul, a release: the earth sighs the winds swirl again © Meisaan Chan

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Because the real thing will come back around

With you, I abandon my success With you, I abandon my failings then, empty of all things except for you, I abandon you, too © Meisaan Chan

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Perspective

Big blackbird lifts into the sky and above the scraggly trees; well, I call them scraggly she calls them beloved © 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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Show me something of the soul

“Show me something of the soul,” I say to God. “Keep writing,” God says to me. © Meisaan Chan

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