Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele

Rookie - 9 Points (April 4th,1953 / Montgomery, AL)

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
44. The Poor 5/2/2007
45. Chicken 6/15/2007
46. Fear Not 3/7/2007
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
52. Dream Pockets 7/8/2007
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

Comments about Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele

  • Cheryl Lynn Moyer-peele Cheryl Lynn Moyer-peele (1/29/2017 8:01:00 AM)

    Thank you Madhabi Banerjee!

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  • Madhabi Banerjee Madhabi Banerjee (1/29/2017 1:51:00 AM)

    thanks. I love your poem and enjoy much

  • Tushar Ray Tushar Ray (2/19/2015 6:09:00 PM)

    Thanks, I deeply enjoyed your poem. This is a fascinating true story that I also read about, and believe on his rebirth in a new body. I came to read your poem as a cross reference from my poem on Lord Buddha. Please come to read mine.

  • Chris Mendros (7/23/2008 11:22:00 AM)

    Technically sound but spontaneous as a hot ember after a fire, Cheryl's poetry pushes the limits of the American-English dialect. By combining the structural soundness of a studied poet with the curious wonder of a child-like spirit, her work illustrates the potential of the American mind.
    While Cheryl does God’s work “for a living, ” the youthful exuberance of her creative writing, juxtaposed with an honest real-world perception, conveys an indomitable joy that dwells in her heart- in defiance of troubling realties- to produce poetry that should stand strong among the treasures of the American canon.
    Or, more accurately and concisely, what Carole said: >)

  • Carole Clark (5/19/2007 8:07:00 AM)

    rebirthing without a psychiatrist or midwife

Best Poem of Cheryl Lynn Moyer Peele

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 ...

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The Poor

Sharing their space
breathing in their air
I could not see them.

What they are
forever lies outside
my sense of knowing.

Their authentic movement

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