Their display included a circular white wrought-iron seat that slotted together to surround two acorns, which would then grow inside the bench.
August 21, at Sertaneja is correct when she says Yoko has no color, only darkness. You might want to google it twice so as to compare the two letters written side by side.
But then he was back with Yoko, Sean was born, and it was back to slagging anyone and everyone he knew and loved, before Yoko entered his life. I studied it to see why. Another thing, the order for Cynthia to: The tone of the letter is arrogant like Art history yoko Yoko.
Why not since the above quotes are so much like acerbic John Lennon? But even his little face drawing looks copied by someone else to me. Anyone else think so? Was the two letters actually companion pieces, or was this Yoko manipulating the public into believing it was?
The open letter to Cynthia was supposedly in response to a interview in a newspaper I think in England titled: Instead of the squiggly line drawings depicting him giving Yoko oral sex, as if to demonstrate he felt more passion for Yoko.
She certainly must have known that he gave Cynthia oral sex too, since he let it be known that he loved performing cunnilingus. She was definitely a talented artist. Shame that she let him do that to her, but she was a woman of her times and put her husband and child first. Same playbook he used during his heroin addled Beatle days.
I wonder if the title was originally But those that knew and loved John Lennon before he became famous, all seem to say how loving and kind he could be. How when he hurt someone he cared about, he would try and soothe the hurt he caused.
These people still love John, and we know that Cynthia certainly did although not romantically until her dying day. But something changed, and drastically.
Seems like when John coupled with Yoko, and stated his love for her which would be natural an element of cruelty tinged his statements which is unnatural.
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