Three Good Mothers

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A book of love, Motherly love, a boy suddenly motherless, lost, alone, his workaholic father sends him to boarding school. There his dorm mother, a woman who loves him as the son she never had guides him through his teens and beyond; through high school---West Point, Viet Nam, Harvard Law, and bouts of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. President of his father's trucking company, Sam grows into a wealthy, powerful man: a man following orders, fulfilling other men’s dreams.

His third mother, a lonely woman, no dates in high school, the star of her high school and college basketball teams as Sam was of his, she’s 6'4". Looking up to Sam, 6’8”, the second man in her life she can look up, she loves him at first sight. He’s Lurch to her, alive again. She has dreamed of Lurch since she was seventeen and slow danced with her head on the shoulder of the actor who played Lurch, a man 6’9”, a man taller than other men, taller than her, a man she could be a little girl too. Now there is Sam, Big Sam.

But is he the man she wants? A heroine able to pulverize most men, a woman who wants to play Maureen O’Hara to a John Wayne in McClintock, she wants a man who can take her over his knee, spank her, and make her behave, be her John Wayne. A woman with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, a man with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, a man with no desire to spank or hurt anyone, both of them needing enemas, a special diet, and a special life style to live in health, they need each other, love each other, but will they fulfill each other’s needs?.

This book touches earth from which life grows, love common and grand, basic. Issues rarely mentioned in other texts, yet part of love, caring, the fabric of living on earth.

I have a request. If you value this presentation, improve it. Be part of the work. I write alone by a single light in a corner of a room---as did Bill Shakespeare. However, he had a team of professionals, actors who read his lines and made them better in a dozen other lights, made them sing. Help this work sing. Help us spread the essence of love to light the heart of darkness. Help us make life better.

Edited 7/23/2012

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