The great spirit warriors are gathered together on the ether in this moment. The whispers are heavy. The vibe does not bode well for Muhammad’s (May peace be upon him.) beasts-masters. The Holy ones speak with each other & to The Great Muhammad, himself. He is devastated.
——– IF THIS HAD BEEN A REAL EMERGENCY ——-
STELLA: Blanch, darling, another mint? I feel faint …. feel this. Feel my left breast. It’s not normal, is it? Is it?
BLANCH: I can’t feel anything.
BLANCH: How would you know anyway? Poor dear. I did not mean it like that.
—- WE ARE EXPERIENCING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES —-
STELLA: It isn’t enough to be soft. You’ve got to be soft and attractive. And I- I’m fading now! – Have you been listening to me ?
BLANCH: I never listen to you when you are being morbid!
بلینچ [ایک غیر معمولی جلدی میں]: میں نے آپ کو ایسی چیزوں سے نہیں پوچھا جو آپ نے شاید سوچا کہ میں پوچھ رہا تھا. اور اس طرح میں آپ کو اس بات کے بارے میں توقع کروں گا کہ مجھے آپ کو کیا کہنا ہے .——— اپنا سکور مت کرو —————– DO آپ کے سکینر کی ضرورت نہیں ہے —————– اپنے سکین کو متفق نہ کریں —————– اپنا سکین نہیں بنانا – ————— اپنے سکین کو مضبوط نہ کرو —————— اپنا سکین نہیں بنانا ——– ——— اپنے سکین کو مضبوط نہ کرو —————– اپنا سکین نہیں بنانا ————– — آپ کے اسکرین کو مضبوط نہیں کرتے ————–
—— DON’T TOUCH YOUR DIAL ——
—— DO NOT TOUCH YOUR DIAL ——-
STELLA: And when he comes back I cry on his lap like a baby… [She smiles to herself.]
BLANCHE: I guess that is what is meant by being in love….
[Stella looks up with a radiant smile.]
——— DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN ——–
BLANCHE [in an uneasy rush]: I haven’t asked you the things you probably thought I was going to ask. And so I’ll expect you to be understanding about what I have to tell you.——— DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN ————–
STELLA: What, Blanche? [Her face turns anxious.]
BLANCHE: Well, Stella–you’re going to reproach me, I know that you’re bound to reproach me–but before you do–take into consideration–you left! I stayed and struggled! You came to New Orleans and looked out for yourself. I stayed at Belle Reve and tried to hold it together! I’m not meaning this in any reproachful way, but all the burden descended on my shoulders.
STELLA: The best I could do was make my own living, Blanche.
[Blanche begins to shake again with intensity.]
BLANCHE: I know, I know. But you are the one that abandoned Belle Reve, not I! I stayed and fought for it, bled for it, almost died for it!
FOUGHT FOR IT BLED FOR IT DIED FOR IT
——— SORRY TO INTERRUPT THIS SHOW ———–
STELLA: The Tarantula arms, That’s where I brought all my lovers. So many victims.
BLANCH: Gracious Stella!
——— SORRY TO INTERRUPT THIS SHOW ———–
Do not look. Ignore this. Go away. Go, go away. It is bad.
—– IF THIS HAD BEEN A REAL EMERGENCY ——-
———– DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN —————
ارے نہیں! پھر سے نہیں!
Flores por las muertes. Flores por las muertes.
——- DO NOT ADJUST YOUR SCREEN ———–
What is about to come forth from my pen is not in my power to halt. Another nail into the coffin of Islam. This must stop.
The great spirit warriors are gathered together on the ether in this moment. The whispers are heavy. The vibe does not bode well for Muhammad’s beast-masters. The Holy ones speak with each other & to The Great Muhammad, himself. He is devastated.
Jesus, Mary, Mother of God, doesn’t anybody speak love with a Muslim tongue? The only God there is, is God. God sings a joyful song.
Hey you! Yeah, you! You can heal this. Lay hands over our wounds. … The dark turned into black pitch of tarred souls unfed, when suddenly, ruby-rose fluorescent rays pierced the make-believe heavens. And then there was light
Flores por las muertes … Flores por las muertes …
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