Tag Archives: weakness

The cement pourer

When the path crumbles beneath your feet, take hope for God can put dust back together © Meisaan Chan

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Sadness, O sadness

Sadness, O sadness the sun sags in the sky tugged down by its own weight © Meisaan Chan

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The choice

No one can make you resilient; you must do it yourself © Meisaan Chan

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The way out

claim your emptiness claim your helplessness claim me © Meisaan Chan

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The undiscerning moment

Without food or touch the spirit falls to sleep, hibernating until more favorable conditions appear – if these don’t come, the spirit can sleep forever but the slightest scent arouses voracious hunger; this is the most precarious time, for it … Continue reading

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The limits of resilience

It doesn’t matter how thick or dense is the wood if it is exposed to fire long enough it will burn turn to ash © Meisaan Chan

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The end

O God my help, at first I flounder but my screaming ends in you so I follow my screaming to its end © Meisaan Chan

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