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Love to me is you the black mamba - cover

Love to me is you the black mamba

RICHARD E. GLICK

Publisher: DIETRICH BONHOEFFER PUBLISHING CO

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Summary

AN EYE FOR AN EYE; TOOTH FOR A TOOTH; A THOUSAND VAMPIRES BLEED IN OUR CRIME SCENE WORLD OF BETTER DAYS GONE BY HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR IS HAMMURABI’S CODE. SERENA WAS THE DOG; KARENNA WAS THE GIRL WHERE DREAMS ARE BORN TIME IS NEVER PLANNED. WE DREAMT OF LOVELY THINGS WITH HEARTS THAT FLEW ON WINGS; TO NEVER NEVER LAND. WE HAD A TREASURE CAUSE WE GOT THERE MORE PRECIOUS FAR THAN GOLD; NOW THAT WE FINALLY GOT THERE, WE COULD NEVER, EVER GROW OLD. SHE WAS MY HOPE DIAMOND FROM A BOX OF CRACKER JACKS. WATCHING CAROL BURNETT; SHE IMPLORED ALL I EVER WANTED WAS A LOVING HUSBAND TO COME HOME TO & WATCH TV WITH. I WANT TO BE MARRIED. TO YOU. I NEVER BOUGHT HER THE PLASTIC RING FROM THE WOOLWORTHS VENDING MACHINE. SHE WAS MY AUDREY HEPBURN; MY VERY OWN HOLLY GOLIGHTLY. ON A MIDSUMMERNIGHT’S DREAMSCAPE; SHE SQUEEZED ME TIGHTLY IN DRENCHING RAIN; WHEN WE FOUND HER CAT THAT RAN AWAY. I’VE BEEN TO HEAVEN KARENNA TOOK ME THERE. TURNING BACK RICH KIDS WITH DADDY’S LINCOLN A TRIUMPH MG MUSTANG GTO OR LOTUS DADS IN PARK AVENUE CORNER OFFICES POCKETS OF THE HUGHES’ FOR BAUBLES BANGLES & BEADS 21 EL MOROCCO LA BRASSERIE & FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE JETS TO MARTINIQUE; RENT PAID & CREDIT CARDS FOR A TROPHY GIRLFRIEND. SINCE FROM OUR 6th FLOOR REAR-FACING BEDROOM WINDOWS SHE SAW ME ALL SHE WANTED WAS A POOR JEWISH BOY 11 HOMES BY 6 I NEVER SPENT A PENNY ON HER SHE JUST WANTED ME TO BE HERS ALONE; TILL DEATH DO US PART. IN HER 3 RING CIRCUS; I WAS HER ONLY ACT.  DO YOU LIKE ME BEING BEAUTIFUL, IN 1968, SHE ASKED. 5’4”; ALL 122 LBS. OF HER; I WANT YOU TO WATCH ME TAKING AN AROMATIC; AMARETTO;  FOAMING GLISTENING GLIMMERING & SHIMMERING BUBBLE BATH; IN A GIANT TERRYCLOTH TOWEL; MY VENUS  PRINCESS GODDESS  APHRODITE; IN HER O.K. CORRAL OF LOVE; MORE A WILD ANIMAL; THAN HUMAN BEING; A SIEGFRIED & ROY 10 YEAR WHITE TIGER APPRENTICESHIP; A RINGLING BROTHERS FLAMING HOOP; UNDER THE BIG TOP CENTER RING BARNUM & BAILEY; GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH; MASTER CERTIFIED   GIANT CAT TAMER & TRAINER OF HUNTERS OF THE JUNGLE; WOULD BE BETTER; MAYBE THE DYING FLICK OF MOBY DICK’S TAIL; I HAD TO BE READY FOR ANYTHING. PRECIOUSLY; SHE WHISPERED HAUNTINGLY, BEAUTIFULY & TOUCHINGLY; AS NEVER BY ANOTHER GIRL TO ANOTHER BOY; WE’RE A PAIR; BEGGING; STEALING OR BORROWING $5 FOR A MARRIAGE LICENSE. I WANTED HER TWICE AS MUCH AS SHE WANTED ME. PARADISE POSSIBLE BECAME PARADISE LOST, 47 YEARS APART; TWICE; IN OUR SHANGRI-LA DREAM-COME-TRUE PROMISED LAND THE IMPOSSIBLE WENT WRONG IN OUR  2nd CHANCE; 2015; RAILROAD TRACKS & RINGS OF SATURN THAT WOULD NEVER TOUCH. I HATED HER UNIVERSITY LEFT EDUCATION INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX DOCTRINE.  AT 23,  BONHOEFFER  HAD 2 LUTHERAN DOCTORATES; WARNING AGAINST THE FALSE PROPHET GERMANY WANTED TO BELIEVE; EDUCATION INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX OR REICH NO MATTER IN WHAT SHAPE IT COMES; IS THE SAME BLACK MAMBA; HIS 1933 CHEAP GRACE VS. COSTLY GRACE RADIO ADDRESS; CUT-OFF MID-SENTENCE BY JACK-BOOTED BROWNSHIRTS; BREAKING DOWN THE FRONT DOOR. IN 1930; HE LEARNED FROM BLACK KIDS; TEACHING SUNDAY SCHOOL IN ADAM CLAYTON POWELL SR.’S HARLEM CHURCH; OF SUFFERING BY THOSE BELOW; NOT TO SPEAK, IS TO SPEAK. NOT TO ACT; IS TO ACT; SILENCE IN THE FACE OF EVIL, IS EVIL. HOSED BY COLD WATER; WITH WRISTS TIED BEHIND HIS BACK; IN COLD; OVER 6 HOURS; STRANGLED; NO, A TRILLION TIMES NO TO DEUTSCHLAND UBER ALLES; DER FUHRER UBER DEUTSCHLAND. INSTEAD OF ZYCLON B FOR JEWS; HE GAVE SANCTUARY IN SWITZERLAND. CHRISTIANITY ISN’T ABOUT CHRIST; BUT THE WEAK, HALT & IMPROVIDENT CHRIST DIED. FOR US, IT’S NOT TOO LATE. SOON IT WILL BE. THE BLOOD OF MARTYRS MIGHT ONCE AGAIN BE DEMANDED. OUR BLOOD; IF WE REALLY HAVE THE COURAGE & LOYALTY TO SHED IT; WILL NOT BE INNOCENT.SHINING LIKE THAT OF THE FIRST WITNESSES TO OUR FAITH. IN OUR BLOOD LIES HEAVY GUILT.

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