Once upon a time, before Obergefell v. Hodges, Donnie’s mother wants him to marry and give her grandchildren. “The patter of little feet will be like beating to my heart.” But Donnie is gay. The coming-out talk doesn’t help; his mother is persistent. Will Donnie’s fairy tale wedding come true? Can he get his scrump buddy to say “I do”?
Life changes following the death of a child. Kumbaya Night featuring a drag queen gospel trio at Dearly Beloved furthers the transformation.
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Donnie Lawrence, owner of Eternal Tranquil Chapel, is an over-the-top cliché. His mother moved into his lower Alabama waterfront home and keeps asking, “When are you getting married?” adding “I want grandchildren before I die” and “The patter of little feet will be like beating to my heart.”
Coming out doesn’t help. Neither does blurting out a name before the groom-to-be knows. Co
Clouds drift in
Throughout our days
Thick and thin,
Making a maze.
Winter becomes Spring,
Summer becomes Fall
Life’s a ring
Surrounding us all.
After we’re gone
All battles won
We live on
Through deeds done.
From The Complete Poems of BREVITY
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