About me

[You are welcome to share my poetry, but please include my name and blog address each time you do. It’d be nice if you could drop a line and let me know how/where it’s being used.]

I’m a poet, but I’m also a children’s author, and when I’m not writing, giving presentations, or hosting conversations on FB, I’m sitting at Lake Michigan, which is across the street from my apartment. Which is cool. I also love silence – like really love it – because it’s in the silence that I can hear God speak most clearly. I also hear myselfIMG_7240 speak quite clearly in that silence, too. I don’t own a TV or a smart phone because I haven’t yet figured out how to have these devices in my life and listen. Maybe one day I will. And I won’t post on the weekends, because that’s when I’m usually writing.

I also have a pet turtle. Her name is Juanita. And I love water slides, snowball fights, laughing really loudly, and watching the moon.

Meisaan (“may-son”) is my Chinese name. It means “Beautiful Coral.”


8 Responses to About me

  1. Love your poetry. Speaks directly to my heart and spirit. Thank you for sharing.

    • Meisaan Chan says:

      You’re very welcome, stacyconnection! I’m glad they resonated with you. To the journey – onward!

  2. What a cool way to worship and write. Thank you for sharing it.

    • Meisaan Chan says:

      Annarosemeeds – I’m glad the poems resonate with you, and I hope they help you on your journey of healing and beauty. You have a noble path, and I’m happy that you’re sharing your world and your wisdom on your blog, too. Very deeply happy to meet you. – mc

  3. snarmadhaa says:

    Hey Meisaan,
    I love your work, and I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award. Would be great if you accept!

    • Meisaan Chan says:

      Snarmadhaa – Thank you so much for your nomination! I’m thrilled and honored that you thought of me! May you continue to follow your path wherever it leads. To the journey – mc

  4. robintung says:

    Meisaan, thanks for your poem “Self” on the Labletter. I enjoyed it’s honesty and simplicity.

    • Meisaan Chan says:

      Robintung, thank you for your kind words; you are welcome to explore these poems as you wish. Onward – the journey awaits!

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