That's one of the misgivings of these ultrashort bows. That's why even at a 27" draw I prefer bows at least 36" long, but that's getting tougher and tougher these days. It's exaggerated even more with longer draw lengths.
I'll try to make a few suggestions and see what you think. First go to a peep with a bigger hole. I know Fletcher and G5 both make one with 1/4" hole. I know G5 makes one at 5/16" because I have one. This can help some.
I don't often say this, but maybe you need a longer draw length on the bow. Not having a picture to go by it's hard to say, but it may be an option.
Maybe, to get the nose on the string you could raise your anchor. This would entail lowering your peep and kisser if you use one. But just depending on where your at now this would also mean you have to adjust your sight down so you might run out of vertical adjustment or even get it low enough that you end up with the fletching hitting the sight ring. It's a tough call right now.
Don't get caught up in just one thing here. It could take a combination of these things and maybe you won't like them at first. These all mean changing your form somewhat and it may take time for your body and mind to become accustomed to a new feel.
If you could post a picture of yourself at full draw, from the feet up, maybe we could be of more help.
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