Tag Archives: tiredness

Wind storm

Maple tree, full crown of dry leavestossed wildly throughout the nightand even when sun comes, the wild tossing doesn’t stop– so weary, so weary! © Meisaan Chan

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The fallow years, I

Even dirt gets exhausted when used,even dirt needs replenishment, which the earth brings:Nitrogen, through lightningdeathfallow yearstime © Meisaan Chan

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Trying to give it to you

I lift up my weariness heavy and dense muscles shake with the lifting © Meisaan Chan

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The Fatigue Prayer

Tiredness crawls beneath my eyelids tightens my jaw: O Lord, be with me now © Meisaan Chan

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Holy fatigue

Holy fatigue: the healing masters at day’s end settling into the heaviness of flesh © Meisaan Chan

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First things first

There is always more to do, so stop and suckle at the breast of God, then, full, take up your tools for there is always more to do © Meisaan Chan

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Equilibrium

When the depth of your work equals the depth of your rest © Meisaan Chan  

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