Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele
Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele Poems
|41.||Ski Hill (Chardon, Ohio)||5/2/2007|
|42.||The Sunny Side Of Life||8/9/2007|
|43.||How Am I? Well,||5/13/2007|
|47.||Be Quiet Please||10/28/2008|
|48.||If I Should Lose My Soul||10/28/2008|
|49.||Where Are The Flower Children?||8/22/2007|
|50.||Poverty Is Not||3/29/2007|
|51.||It's Just Blood||7/29/2007|
|53.||A Little Blue Shell||10/29/2008|
|54.||Any Other Name||11/25/2008|
|55.||From The Inside Out – An Autistic View||10/29/2008|
|56.||Manifestation Of A Buddha||11/16/2008|
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Manifestation Of A Buddha
A child missing for a year in remote Nepal,
re-emerges now 'The Enlightened one, '
the reincarnated Buddha, cross-legged
beneath a tree. No sign of ten months
of hunger or thirst for anything but silent prayer.
Bamjon, last seen by tens of thousands
in 2005 now has shoulder length hair
with his body wrapped in a simple white cloth.
People are walking to see him, to be touched
by a God, some believe. These terrible times
have called him forth. Molding him into
Buddha himself, who said, “All that we are
is the result of what we have thought.
The mind is ...
Pass The Ketchup Please
I'm staring at the ketchup
but I've lost the words.
'Mon amis' I must leave again.
The razor sharp scent of
'La content voyage s'appelle moi'
(This happy voyage is calling me) .
I'm diving into the luscious pervasive smell
of dancing in rain puddles.