Poet/Artist/Child of God/Heaven Flyer

Monthly Archives: February 2016

Thank You Jesus For Saving My Life by Suzae Chevalier

Thank You Jesus for being with me in the womb
Thank You Jesus for being with me to my tomb-
this is where I will be resurrected and come
to life–
in a glorified body that can not be harmed
with a knife.
Thank You Jesus for fighting my spiritual battles
all the time
without You I would not shine.
Thank You Jesus for your sacrifice–
Thank You for giving me a new life.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on April 28, 2018

Help Children of Peru by Suzae Chevalier


Children of Peru are happy to see–

any of your love and generosity.

They need assistance from you-

so please help children of Peru

by going to www.peruchildrenstrust.org.uk

to help a child have a fun day–

The organization set up in the UK in

in nineteen ninety seven

bringing some love from heaven.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 26, 2016




Days Past by Suzae Chevalier


Holidays are a cherished time

for my childlike mind.

my belief in Jesus

was still not clear

one day I would be His “Little Dear”–

Going to bed on a Holiday night-

I could not wait for the gifts of gifts to arrive

and on that day Jesus makes our new bodies stay forever alive.

These are memories of old holiday past-

only the future in heaven will really last.

Written on February 25, 2016 by Suzae Chevalier

updated on March 15, 2019




You can advertise in the program-

which gives this event a supportive hand.

Thank you for all in years past

for supporting

the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival

that is here to last.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 24, 2016



Pink Hat in Lake Worth by Suzae Chevalier

Suzae Chevalier smiling for Miami photographer at Lake Worth Street Painting Festival.

In Lake Worth on a sunny day
a pink hat is on Suzae Chevalier.
Smiles galore
her friend in Minnesota
makes a portrait
which she does adore.
He put up on Facebook
for friends to have a look.
Now it is on Google plus
it is on a post for all of us.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on June 27, 2

“Dad Why is This So?” by Suzae Chevalier


Sitting in Dad’s arms when I was young

I knew the fun had just begun.

Exploring the world in minute detail-

I knew I could do anything without fail.

I set out to question my dad-

“Why does this dog look so sad?”

He replied without getting mad

Why do you ask so many questions

Suzy dear?

I say “I want to know

he has sad eyes with a tear.”

My question baffled my dad so

he was used to questions

with a yes or no.

I would still to this day

ask myself questions on like

“Why is the world is this way?”

Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 24, 2016






Little Baby Suzy and Her Teddy Bear by Suzae Chevalier


Little baby Suzy loved her teddy bear

she would take him everywhere.

He was with her in New Jersey

and then on the plane-

they went to Midwest

where they had lakes and plains.

She ended up in Minnesota

in Golden Valley on Sunny Drive-

she was happy playing

she brought her dolls and teddy bear alive.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 24, 2016



Schook the Malamute that loved Suzae by Suzae Chevalier

Suzae with Schook the Malamute

by Suzae with Schook the Malamute

Schook the malamute that did love

the cold feel of the bathroom tub.

He only liked Suzae besides the owner Steve

he was always by Suzae’s side

he did not leave.

He and Suzae got along real well-

almost better than her doll named Mel.

Schook was pure malamute and Suzae

would run another malamute one day.

She would walk him with TaShieka

and Dunkin was his name.

Now Dunkin, TaShieka and Schook

are passed on-

But they are still in Suzae’s heart

so they are not far gone.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 24, 2016


Little Suzy’s by Suzae Chevalier


Little Suzy smiling with toy.

Little Suzy loved to play

she gave every toy a unique name.

She had beds for toys lined up in a line

she gave good night kisses every night.

Her favorite one was her red head Christy

along with Tiffany Taylor

who is very tall.

Memories of childhood past

will be fond memories sure to last.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 24, 2016

updated on March 26, 2019