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Winter haiku

Heavy snow gathers tree limbs sink down, then bounce back snow explodes, tumbles © Meisaan Chan

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Falling apart

Everything falls apart in autumn – you can complain to the trees and, gentle-hearted, they’ll listen as their own leaves break and float down © Meisaan Chan  

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Imprints

  They say that for infants, steady, loving gazes, eye-to-eye, form the basis for intimacy and trust and emotional stability as adults; this gaze of open love leaves a forever imprint.   And what of the earth? Does she not, … Continue reading

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May all of life bear your fingerprint

  May all of life bear your fingerprint: trees and rivers and stars, joy and suffering and loss; may all of life be washed by your touch and may you leave hints everywhere that yes, you passed     © … Continue reading

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Unseen God

  Whoever called you the unseen God was numb in the deepest sense of the word for you are here in the glowing trees and red lights and stop signs and surprise sales when we’re shopping and silent tears and … Continue reading

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Let me be for you a glowing canopy of leaves

Let me be for you a glowing canopy of leaves translucent    © Meisaan Chan

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