Tag Archives: travel

Luggage

When at home, they wait to see horizons when at the horizons, they wait to see home © Meisaan Chan

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Another hotel sunrise

Six birds flying low on the crimson horizon, their silhouetted bodies a line against the canvas; two cyclists ride by on the country road, their bent-over bodies, one beside the other, another moving line; thin clouds start to glow, the first … Continue reading

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Forgetting all, to follow

As the train barrels through the emptiness I peer at all the passengers, looking for the face of my Beloved, bent over a phone or behind a newspaper No: but the far door closes to the scent of jasmine and … Continue reading

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Unexpected adoration: In a taxi on Lake Shore Drive

Taxi man talks but all sound stops as orange sun crawls over water © Meisaan Chan

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Amtrak in Chicago

Trains lumber by concrete and brick and grey heart soft © Meisaan Chan

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Accommodations

  I say, “I don’t trust you,” and God says, “No problem.” I say, “I will not call you by any name,” and God says, “Fine by me.” I say, “I will not contort myself or deny myself or lie … Continue reading

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