Tag Archives: womb

Return to the womb, says the Lord

Return to the womb, says the LordQuestions do not need to be answered there.You do not even need to know the questions there.The darkness is safety.The warmth is safety.The breath is free and safe.Return to the womb © Meisaan Chan

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Return to the womb

Return to the womb, says the LordQuestions do not need to be answered there.You do not even need to know the questions there.The darkness is safety.The warmth of safety.The breath is free and safe.Return to the womb. © Meisaan Chan

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The soul is like a womb

The soul is like a womb: it’s job is to hold © Meisaan Chan

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Similarities to the soul

At first the womb is small, fist-sized and stretches only in the presence of life Note: It does not stretch because it wants to (and the stretching is slow and pained) but that is its purpose: To hold © Meisaan … Continue reading

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Protector

Sometimes I thwart my own happiness and am the foil for my own plans; O Lord, hear me: place me in your eternal womb; protect me from myself and my potential harm © Meisaan Chan

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Cannonballing again and again

Who can plumb the limits of God? For hers is the eternal womb – do not think you can reach her end © Meisaan Chan

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St. Paul’s Cathedral, London

Dark cavern, enormous womb candles flickering before gold-flecked statues; the casting of light and shadow stirs the soul. Somewhere, a deep weeping as the choir rings out, then silence carries the silk-strung notes to the ceiling, notes that caress the … Continue reading

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Deep in the labyrinth

Doors follow me. I don’t know why, but that’s how you reveal yourself, in the perpetual choice: to go or to stay posed again and again and again, each door leading to others in a tangle of doors and the … Continue reading

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To the lost

You are not lost you are in the womb © Meisaan Chan

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