Monthly Archives: April 2015
Jack Barry who was born on April 17th
Born a day before me he was Aries all firey–
He was a great friend and artist indeed.
He took me to lunch when I first came
To the “Artist Hut”.
Yes, Jack had a studio in Flamingo Park
Next to railroad tracks where dogs barked.
He did all kinds of style painting–
Fresco he was known for—
I have his one big painting by my door.
He was a great storyteller and a U.S. Vet-
He had a very interesting life of all the people
I have met.
I inherited his butterfly necklace people do see–
When I wear it around my neck all sparkly.
Thanks Jack for being a friend to me.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on April 30, 2015
Poem Dedicated to Jack Barry
April 17, 1948- Aug. 7, 2013
Melodie lost her underwear in Cancun…
Who would of guessed?
she was soaking up the sun…
then a storm came through-
she didn’t know what to do…
So she hid under a tree,
yes, Zac, Monica Razel and Melodie!!!
Then when things mellowed out–
she realized she had a cool aid stain
that needed Shout It Out!
So she went for a bath in the sink…
I didn’t think–
she lost her underwear in the sink…
Now she only wears socks with her dress
no one cares for she’s a doll with no chest!
Written on April 30, 2015 by Suzae Chevalier
Barking, barking your cute little bark-
I found you on a prayer and a lark.
You were a traveling “runaway pup”
who made your home anywhere
you’ld end up.
You were my birthday present
Straight from Kansas in the middle of wheat.
Now, I’m so happy
you became my pet
all those years I’ll never forget.
All the memories of running
in the fields
like when I sprained my ankle
you kneeled at my heels.
Making sure I was home & safe
I return the love in so many ways.
Now it’s sad that I was not with you
if I would of known earlier
I would of flew
flew up to see you.
One last precious time
to say “I love you pup” and
my say last goodbye…
Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 4, 2011
Comedy Cruise Lines judges had eyes on me–
performing with Razel not Melodie.
Miami Herald photographer Candice West
took photo that was in color, not like the rest.
Interviewed by the Miami Herald that day
Robert Santiago like what Razel had to say.
At the Improve Comedy Club in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel
I got to make the judges laugh and Razel did quite well.
I told Robert, “I live my life on the edge–
I look forward to this” Enough said.
Robert Santiago emailed me later that day–
said “You are off the chain–
Thanks Robert, improv is what I do–
my act never the same!
Written by Suzae Chevalier on April 23, 2015
Jim is watching with keen eye.
For he notices props set up for audience to see
used in “Sarah’s Special Birthday” reading.
Palm Beach photographer shows up soon
taking photos at high noon.
Children wear costumes with wands in hand
bringing magic to Krendoll land.
Melodie pops out of box
she is happy with no socks.
Now Razel doesn’t show her face
Happy story — she has no place.
Then UniCandle unicorn lights the cake
making children anticipate–
for there is magic in the air–
will Sarah Star receive her present
with moon beam glare?
Happy ending does unfold
Sue Chevalier the storyteller just had told
A rhyming poem with characters with special powers
This all happened within an hour.
Books where signed on the spot
along with photos that where shot
to capture the happy memories
of this day in Lake Worth city.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 6, 2011
With white sparkly hair
you see her flare
up on center stage we all stare.
Now what is Rich
doing emailing pics to share
to Lady Gaga of Suzae
Why the Lady herself thought
in a strange kind of way
she somehow resembled Suzae.
Now as far as Rich is concerned
Gaga thought Rich looked like her
Italian boyfriend minus the sideburns.
Wouldn’t it be funny when Gaga’s tour ends
on Suzae’s birthday they would become friends?
Written by Suzae Chevalier in 2011
The Lake Worth Herald records events in Lake Worth town
Mark Easton works hard making sure Lake Worth Herald paper gets out.
It’s Wednesday afternoon and the printing press is running
all of Mark’s stories are real life, serious and also funny.
The Lake Worth Library had an article on me
with UniCandle unicorn and doll Melodie.
It was November 2006 and I was on Lake Worth Herald’s cover page
sitting on birthday chair where children celebrate their age.
Lake Worth Herald is printing my new poetry book
-the one you are reading- soon also on the Nook.
Mark was gracious and helped get my book right
he is friendly and easy to work with editing my book to make it out of sight!
For it has a glow in the dark cover
it is different not like any other.
Thanks Mark for your kindness in working with me
it was a pleasure working with you and also a
“Thank You” from my doll on the front cover Melodie!
Written by Suzae Chevalier on March 10, 2012
Wearing pink high-heels on stage
I performed with Melodie at Big Bear Lake.
Wearing a pink costume with headband on my head
Melodie spoke also for she lead
the story that made birthday wishes come true–
UniCandle unicorn would light the Krendoll cake for you.
Audience member said that he was on the edge of his seat
He imagined a magical land that could turn into a LSD trip.
Yes, UniCandle unicorn could do anything that day
but I wanted to give Sarah Star a “Special Birthday.
Luckily I had this performance recorded on tape
it turned out pretty good even though I stayed up late.
Stayed up late, with no sleep, I was so scared I couldn’t even count sheep.
My act stood out from all the rest for I was the only with a doll closed to chest.
Also, I was one of the few from the Midwest, I can attest.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on August 8, 2011
As a child I remember those days
when Aunt Audrey would come from faraway.
Aunt Audrey was tall and wore jewelry like rings
she brought gifts and interesting things.
Aunt Audrey lived in Japan, the far east
she had an interesting life to say the least.
Her daughters Marlena and Renee
had played with us for a couple of days.
Then they would leave on a plane
I would see them again at an older age.
Uncle Norm I also saw when I was young
we traveled to Rhode Island when I was age 1.
Then I would see Aunt Audrey & Norm
in the sunshine state—
they lived in a development with wooden gates.
I celebrate Christmas and the holidays
with them and daughters Marlena and Renee.
They work in the movie business today
They have children and live in L.A.
I will fly there soon with Melodie Mezoree’
Written by Suzae Chevalier on April 9,2012
Brenda who I saw in Star Bucks one day
is the most creative photographer who
photographed Melodie Mezoree’
and took a lot of great photos that glow.
I sat in birthday chair with glow in the dark lights–
Brenda knew how to photograph me just right.
Brenda is a sweetheart who has a big heart
her professional photos of me set her apart.
I wish you the best Brenda in your photography career
you have a lot of talent which is very debonair!
Written on April 3, 2011