Freddie Mercury

Freddie was an extremely talented but a very complicated man. He loved his wife dearly and left nearly everything to her in his will.

His sexuality was so very mixed up and that led to his downfall but, at the end, he was happy and content.

Yes, I have watched the film, Bohemian Rhapsody again, for the third time and it is a marvelous film. His so called gay friend and confident, Paul, did direct him in the wrong path though, because he thought he loved Freddie.

I have listened to Queen but it was not my favourite band, that was Genesis because they hit a chord with me, you cannot explain it.

You all know that I am merely a retired bean counter but I would really like to just sit down with his wife, Mary and just talk to her and listen to what she had to say about Freddie, her really first and only love. I am not interested in seeing his things or the grandeur of his house; I just want to learn about the man, from the person who knew him the best.

But Freddie has really been forgotten, as though he has fallen off the production line of commerce

 

Published by David Hender (copyright owner- all rights reserved)

If you want to know me, you first need to understand where I have been and where I am going

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