Treasure Island

Suzae Chevalier

(04-18-1966 / Elizabeth New Jersey)

ALIAS POEM


Many selves with personalities I do have
I have different alias for you to understand.
Christina Sunrise writes about planet Earth
Suzae Chevalier writes about life since birth.
Sue Chevalier writes of characters on Krendoll land
Suzae is the visual artist, performing artist
paints and uses oral presentations to understand.
Now don't forget Puppit Lady for Razel has a voice
Melodie also who speaks with 'Freedom of Choice.'
So visit www.suzae.com right now
where you will see all of them make a home

Written by Suzae Chevalier on September 9,2012


www.suzae.com www.suechevalier.com
www.christinasunrise.com www.puppitlady.com

Submitted: Sunday, September 09, 2012
Edited: Thursday, September 13, 2012

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