in a distant shrine
I see conflict
and a dominatrix glow
Deep Desert Blues
I need to contact Clyde Collins – the poet of the Defense Information School in 1980. I need to buy a copy of his books. firstname.lastname@example.org – My “For the Queen of My Buffalos” was lost tragically after being saved for 25 years.
I stumbled upon this site accidentally. Could someone help me? Mine was autographed, “Howdy Roger, Rawclyde 1st edition” I carried it throiugh a divorce, several failed relationships. It was sort of an icon for me. email@example.com
Everything is okay, Mr. Komula… This is Clyde, the poor old author of that famous volume of hot rhyme and song! Oh, and those illustrations ~ aren’t they great!
Those old books are all over the place. I got one, I think. I’ll check on it…
Oh ~ I moved half your message above, outta the chapel, to here ~ the chapel being, of course, sacred ground. Please don’t be offended…
Wow, what an interesting blog! You are very talented.:)
Thank you. And thank you for dropping by. You & your blog are very captivating!
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