Poet and Artist

Personal Poems

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BE HEAVEN ON EARTH by Suzae Chevalier


Heaven on Earth to Be
Has to come from all
of us all individually.
The birds, the bugs and the trees
Do it all naturally.
Holding a good thought for everyone
can be interesting and quite fun!
For we should not take for granted
the Power of the Mind
It is given to us from the Divine.
How WE Use it with good choice
so Our angels can Rejoice.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on 13, 2016

Honor The Birds by Suzae Chevalier

Don’t Kill the birds

They are more than

What meets the eye

They are more than

Feathered friends

Flying through the sky.

They are heavenly

Creatures that

Are carriers of light

They can hold a

Human spirit

Day or night.

They have heavenly

Music that they sing

harmony, peace

they do bring.

This keeps the planet

balanced and protected

like the drumming

of the Native Americans

and the dolphins, whales

that send songs too

of heaven for me and you.

We have to honor them

for they are our friends.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on December 4, 2016


On My Way To Heaven by Suzae Chevalier


Cosmic body I am in–

When I float up to heaven.

Heaven is above all

I am hypnotized

And go up in a ball.

Dimensions with planets

law of attraction I skim by

I see it all when going up

In sky.

Once in heaven I step out

I see my dogs and let out a shout

My three dogs who were

Smiling and wagging their tails

Only here love prevails.

I wanted to stay forever

And hugged them all

Good bye.

I can go into my cosmic body

At night…

Even during the day

To get things right.

Your prana is bigger

Than your will-

Its older than Earth’s hills.

Go to your 3rd eye

And see Mother Divine

She is Shiva and will

Help you all the time.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on December 2, 2016



Living on the Ritzy side

Rolls Royce’s are the choice of ride

and mansions paid by family’s pride

hidden by bushes is where they hide.

Crossing the water where the dolphins swim

you see another world that looks a little grim.

For shopping carts are more the norm

transporting laundry even during a storm.

Then there is the drug dealers, crack houses and prostitutes too

Trying to exist day to day without a clue.

Now I hear they are saying they are going to bulldoze all this

You know it’s people can’t fight with money or resist–

for poverty is not really solved it still PERSISTS.

We need to create a better way,

to solve this problem of tomorrow and today.

Since then I hear of Millionaire Reality Show

Where a Millionaire comes to the Ghetto.

I talked to him, and he shared he was scared

but acting like it was more of a dare.

“Well, I lived over there” I said

which went way over his head.

It was almost like talking to a piece of bread.

Living in the ghetto, I prayed and I cared.

People are REAL and they are scared.

Let’s start from a common ground

To change this Palm Beach County town.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on July 24, 2011




We live in a society where guilty is of the norm
this is bad for the soul for we do more harm.
Teaching kids to be accountable is easier to understand
they know what their actions did first hand.
We can be feel guilty without committing the crime
we can even go to jail innocent which is why-
We need to rewrite the belief system
for things have gotten out of hand
Average Americans don’t know
that they are losing Rights in their mother land.
Yes, its’s you against the State
which is bigger than you and me-
We have to start being accountable
for that is how the Law will be written
in the emotional, then mental and finally
through laws in our physicality.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on August 23, 2016

Suzy’s 3rd Birthday in Golden Valley by Suzae Chevalier


Suzy at her 3rd Birthday in Golden Valley, Minnesota

One candle to grow on

was on the cake–

little Suzy could only anticipate

to blow out the candle’s and


Making my wish for another cute doll

I would dress her up and have a ball.

Soon all dolls would be in a row-

later in the city of Cottage Grove.

For I would only stay on Sunnyridge Lane-

till the end of May.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on March 15 ,2016

Lake Worth Annex 2006 by Suzae Chevalier


Sun shining brightly in the sky, 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 for children 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, Suzae 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 July 2, 2012

Twenty two in 1988 by Suzae Chevalier

I was twenty two
In nineteen eighty eight
in a small apartment with
no air conditioner as my fate.
It was very hot one month straight
Over 90 degrees for more than a month
it was unbearable really tough.
I would stay in a air conditioned place
I moved the next floor down soon-
next to a lady who lit fires in her room
a lot of interesting stories on Iglehart
I will not forget-
interesting stories I confess.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on March 14, 2016

Suzy On The Boardwalk by Suzae Chevalier


Suzy on the New Jersey boardwalk

In New Jersey in nineteen sixty eight

I was two years old and feeling great.

The sun shown brightly on my pink dress

my hair blew into a tossed little mess.

I went under fence with metal bars

following my brother and sister

who were not far.

I imitated them with keen eye

I caught everything they did try.

I did venture on my own

“a curious child ” I was told.

The board walk has changed a lot

visiting in the nineties

Trump casino with my aunts.

I can now see poverty across the street

while people gamble their money

away into defeat.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on March 14, 2016




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