Ms. Vielchenblau’s After Life

Ms. Vielchenblau’s After Life

At 837 North River Street, across from the Highland Cemetery in Ypsilanti,
Michigan, Ms. Vielchenblau began to plan her life, after death, while living
her life with death, or rather with the dead.  A close friend from China,
had said to her, “you lived your life strongly, you will live after death, strongly
as well.” The comment created in Ms. Vielchenblau a longing for a beautiful
afterlife.  She thought deeply about how she would die, planned her life,
and her dead life or her life after death. She wondered if she would die in the
foreign service oversea’s or from an illness? She wondered how she was likely
to die?

She aimed to coordinate her life with her death and her porch overlooking
the cemetery kept her dreaming.  Shortly after she purchased her house at
837 N. River Street, across from the Highland Cemetery she bought a plot in the
cemetery and so did her father and sister.  There is a turn off from River
Street, where her complex lays.

The house she designed was full of life. The house was a complex set, at an
inexpensive price, due to its location, across from the Highland
Cemetery.  The stairs going up leading to the three bedrooms, were extra
high, as if to heaven.

The complex, was laid out in several studios that would come to embody
areas, where she would have mastership eventually.  A music rehearsal
studio, was in the front room, with an upright piano, an old bi-level organ, an
upright bass, a violin, a guitar, a trumpet, drums, bandeer and of course she
studied voice.  There were lots and lots of sheet music, for the variety
of instruments, as well as her own compositions and songbooks.

Along the left wall, behind the rehearsal studio, were shelves lined with
books. The first shelf was organized into several library sections, followed by
a collection of cookbooks, in the hundreds, followed by shelves with numerous
fine and eclectic dish collections, including Italian printed plates, French
plates and wooden dishes, fine teacups with saucers, like her Prince Charles
and Lady Diana set from Harrods in London.  Across from the shelves she
built a small room, by adding three walls to the far wall and lined the walls
with a fragrant cedar to make a screening room.

The room she built, compartmentalized the rest of the adjoining space, into
areas and nooks.  The dining area was behind it, with a long ovular table
that had tall candlesticks and a blown glass sculptural object on top and the
walls were full of gold-framed paintings, her own.  She had the vision to
value the house and create what would become a historic house, with a placard
on the front, as did many Victorian homes in Ypsilanti.

On the side of the table, were two buffet tables for serving dinner parties
and drinks.  The paintings along with fine art illustrations represented
some of her finest works and were numerous.  The paintings had a variety
of themes including drawings of her daughter, historical references to her
house and photographs of staged and vintage scenes.  Across from the
dining table is the kitchen, where many culinary fantasies were manifested from
her cookbooks and culinary research.  She keeps one shelf of binders that
are filled with recipes, broken down into areas that include diverse cultures
and holidays, plus the largest binder that is her treasure, “The Vielchenblau
Family Recipes.”

Behind the dining area and kitchen is a small nook that she made into an
exercise and spa area.  The exercise and spa area has a recumbent bicycle
and a variety of hand-held weights, plus mats and a TV for exercising with
Falun Gong videos or Gaia exercise channels, that sometimes include dance
lessons or belly dancing.  There is a long massage table, that she
performed exercises on, as was done, while having physical therapy, after a
knee injury using velcro weights and straps.  There are also some stacked
blocks for stepping and stretching exercises and a half foam roll to stretch
particular regions of the leg and knee.  At nearly 46 years, she had begun
briefly to walk with a cane, after a knee injury while working in a culinary

Directly perpendicular to the kitchen, a little on the side, is a door
leading to the back of the house, where there is her outdoor sanctuary. Nuzzled
between, the 4 bay garages that house cars and dry and wet art studios
including sculpture studios,  with the main house in the complex. 
The sanctuary area has trellises on both sides with shrubs and greenery to
create atmosphere and privacy from the road.  There is seating around an
outdoor fireplace, a stone rectangular table, with stone benches.  There
are two grills, potted plants, sculptures and a shrine.  The area is both
sociable and spiritual.

Behind the four-bay garages with art studios above and below is the carriage
house in the complex.  The carriage house is used as an office and for
writing.  The carriage house is a few feet away from the last bay of the
garage and in front of a beautiful cream and red-tiled fenced-in outdoor area,
where there are a pool and clubhouse.  What looks strange about the
exterior of the house is the common complex color of cream, which unites the
whole property except for the main house, which has an older antique colored
wood siding, a shade browner than watermelon.

The main house blended with the Highland Cemetery and was left nearly “as
is,” to leave it in keeping with both the Highland Neighborhood and The
Highland Cemetery.  Her favorite place in the house was the front porch
that had both walls and ceiling, the front door and a view of the Highland
Cemetery.  On either side of the steps, leading to the front porch, were
small stone gargoyles, the type one might find in an old Spanish city, such as
Valencia.  On the porch, Ms. Vielchenblau read poetry, drank tea’s, such
as Macha Green Tea with lemon, that she learned how to prepare from the last
restaurant she worked at, where she hurt her knee.  She sometimes read
poetry with her daughter and they came out with a stack of print outs and
exchanged each other’s poems or read their own.  She read with writer
friends on the porch and by herself.  The view of the cemetery weighted
the emotion of the porch and dramatized all that she read.  The porch had
4 outdoor chairs, with outdoor cushions, with little rod iron side tables next
to each.  The tables she bought large enough, to fit a tray with drinks
and a stack of writing.  There was barely grass around the house, except
for a small patch in the front that she barely had to mow to keep the house
up.  The lack of grass, was even a selling point, as Ms. Vielchenblau had
planned for frequent travel in the foreign service and as a Diplomat and didn’t
wish to be encumbered by a high maintenance lawn while travelling.

Ms. Vielchenblau staged literary weddings to a poetry character Little
Jinn.  The wedding napkins were embossed in 14 karat gold: “a Chinese
lamb, a blue rose.”  The guests stashed the napkins in purses and pockets
for later valuation.

From every area in the River Street house, Ms. Vielchenblau felt a
manufacturer.  She wished to value both the house with history and design,
plus all of her work within it.  She wished for after her death, the house
to remain intact, in the hands of her daughter and left as her daughter’s
inheritance and a museum.  The quality of the museum would be that of a
local social outcast, eccentric, born with royal ties, died while in Diplomatic
service and as a fine artist, composer, poet and even chef.  She leaves
behind many publications.  All of her artwork was made into catalogues and
left in print.  Her music was also published.  Strangely the entire
house was published and the quality was high.  The house was intended to
be a museum, book store, spiritual refuge and place frequented by those
visiting the dead.  All those who visited Highland Cemetery would make a
stop in the future, to her house in her afterlife.

She couldn’t decide whether to establish the house and move and build it as
a business from the afterlife-an afterlife business plan emerged- for her and
her daughter.  Her dead life took over her living life.  Death
becomes her life.

By Afua Serwah Osei-Bonsu




A Hostage Paradisian

Queen Serwah, a hostage Paradisian to the Jinn Royal Family

A prominent Chinese Royal Family associated to crime

Little Jinn, son of the former Chinese President,

Lives inside Queen Serwah’s body via Haptic Technology

Little Jinn, a voyeur, claimed her as a Jewish territory 42 years ago and made love to her lovers

Jewish territories were made popular by “Dungeons and Dragons” techie games

Characterized by building business around a prey and the theft of all resulting profits

Queen Serwah is flattered by the Jinn belief in her prosperity and tricked them into humanitarianism

She is grateful for her ability to make art, love poems & New Thought on TV

Little Jinn, is an Aquarius match to Queen Serwah, a Gemini

Little Jinn is known as a con artist genius, or just an artist, or just a genius

And a former MIT Professor of Science and Technology

That asked for Queen Serwah’s hand and entire wealth capability saying “I’ll do anything you say”

Queen Serwah has been hostage on television for 42 years and robbed of all profits associated to her

Her captors are sick with Judaism programming and she has been tortured in spite of her love for them

Several poetry books, art works and humanitarian businesses are the result

Including “Loving You The Most Technology,” “Locura,” “Curesdatabase,” and “Love Every Human”

Their mutual infatuation inspires works related to Sensual Culture Artists

And the dawn of the Creativity Era, beauty, love and sensuality philosophy explosion

Snow outside her subterranean hostage residence is dotted with rubbish product advertising

Queen Serwah is kept alive dreaming of Paradise Cities, writing love poems and w/her culinary studies

While the Paradisian Military plans for Queen Serwah’s escape and hospitalization

Royal Serwah Palace awaits her if  Little Jinn ever loosens his grip

Or murder or war or some other solution, even love or future health

Currently, Queen Serwah writes “Magic 8 and The Bone Marrow Sucker” while eating Vicyssoise but Little Jinn has removed the leeks

The Big Houses

The Big Houses

The 250 room palace was so big

He lived a low quality life

A man and his super computer

One spermy room and 300 house cleaners

But he was old and with alot of possessions

He mostly went between 3 rooms, the kitchen, the spermy room and a scientists lab and of course the bathroom

Primarily a storage unit


Shortly after she built the palace

To keep up with the former richest man in the world

He built 250 rooms, so she built 251

She was defamed for trying to run over a child her lover fancied

She became impoverished

Cars and clothing palace garage sales, a porn star, strange websites-a true story

Attempted murders to take over the house by workers

And house keepers



The architect nation

Absent of cleaners

Presidents asking around to other countries, will your people clean for us?

They were sold burdens and suffering technology

And advised to make “units” of work for citizens and equanimity




Excerpt from upcoming book “Divine My Body, Architectural Notes 2014-2016”

By Afua Osei-Bonsu

Autobiography From The Wedding Album

Autobiography Queenie Serwah 5/28/1971

Queenie Serwah was the child bride of a manufacturer, film producer and MIT Scientist. He became her poetry love Little Jinn and he assumed the name Li Jinn after the title of her poetry book.  Li Jinn is also associated to the King “Ken Ing” of the Ing Dynasty. Li Jinn gave Queenie Serwah her title and the family sir name of Vielchenblau and on their bridal napkins it was engraved, a Chinese lamb and a blue rose in 14 Karat Gold.  Queenie Serwah was a hostage of the Jinn Royal family for years, held under dire circumstances by a voyeur and apart from her wealth.  Little Jinn and Queenie Serwah via Haptic Technology, during this time wrote several books of poetry as well as music, including symphonic orchestrations. The love of Little Jinn and Queenie Serwah endures within their diverse artistic creations.  Queenie Serwah has a dance that she does where she places her hands on the shoulders and waist of Little Jinn, an imaginary dancer, she sways and in his absence says, “I am dancing with Little Jinn.”

For This Famine, a Poem

For This Famine, A Poem

For This Poem, A Famine

By Afua Serwah Osei-Bonsu


When I was little

I was a pony

I grew up to be a horse

I regretted my complaints

Like the infamy of the raped TV star

Who publicized and reduced her potential

The maraschino, no cotton wool

She sued and price tagged her pain

She shouted

And marked her soul

How much for rape?

How much for slavery?

Where does that Devil come from?

Maybe I should thank my Devil

As a muse

And accept my fate

And cry for nothing

For this famine, a poem

For this poem, a famine

He was so jealous

Not to walk in my shoes

He said even for this moment

They beat each other with bats for a stronger crest

He kicked until the shit fell out

He enslaved her 4 ½ decades and said I am the greatest producer

He staged their wedding several times

And people stashed the Vielchenblau napkins in their bags

That said a Chinese lamb, a blue rose in 14 karat gold

The festivities were gay until

Someone screamed from jealousy

Little Jinn walked out of the closet closing his zipper

The doors of imagination bridal chamber empty

The bride was left in a basement defrosting hamburger

To protest her German Chinese suitor

A voyeur, a squirrel, a cabron

She tipped her glass

In a wino’s voice she said

“I am marrying Little Jinn”




A Learned Man, Skyscrapers and Ships

We spoke at a time he was feeling low self-esteem and to bolster him, it was expressed to me an ability to build both skyscrapers and ships-“I am a learned man, he said.”

If I were to draft a letter to my children, it would include suggestions for their education and pursuit of knowledge. To get into “schools of knowledge” was my initial idea. I thought it was possible to work on what I call “Preparations” and select a time period or speak to an era.

For example, one professor’s internet profile: A Biologist, Researcher, Naturalist and Author. On another page, it read an Entomologist or Evolutionary Biologist. Wouldn’t it be interesting to see the myriad titles and credentials scholars and scientists have assumed over the ages?

Albert Einstein, the Founder of Earth, studied towards 17 degrees at Oxford University which include the following:

Albert Einstein’s 17 degrees were:

  • Writing
  • Math
  • Science
  • Engineering
  • Earth Science
  • Language
  • Culinary
  • Music
  • Accounting
  • Law
  • Geometry (Early Engineering tied to)
  • Algebra
  • Art
  • Painting
  • Manufacturing
  • Architecture
  • Building

I found it really intriguing that Geometry related to early Engineering. Wouldn’t it be fantastic to have a nice collection of old math books? I found algebra completely satisfying. I have enjoyed drafting simple formulas that I thought could be applied to an endowment strategy. One could obtain a lot of mileage out of an Algebra degree.

I have had many thoughts and built a research around education, knowledge, intelligence, learning, thinking abilities and wisdom. Wisdom can relate to the number of wise decisions one makes in their life. One can even work on their being to create an “Intelligent Being,” with perhaps intelligent hands or intelligent eyes or feet. I want to advance my hand. I thought my father had a beautiful penmanship from engineering school and drafting.

I think its important to work from a scaffolding of questions to “notch and notch”, work on the “keys to our existence” and existentialism.

The other day I was making notes about the “ciclo” or era which began with necessity and guided manufacturing.  One can draw a right angle to populate a list downwards that pertains to era then at a 45 degree angle illustrate in words a “cross thread” then on the horizontal mark apply your research.  Its possible to unlock something sage and begin to draw non-stop.

I would love to teach a “Crux Class” and cover Universe studies and Nuclear Energy.  It would be interesting to tell them to linger for 100 years or so and cover manifestation and pouring an idea into a form.  Become a “Future Thinker.”

Science Theory #1 Notes/Interview

Science Theory #1
AO: What does what?
LJ: What does what is deceiving
LJ: Definition of science: Elemental units measured in programs given direction via technology languages and digital platforms.
LJ: Science utilizes programs to manufacture products
LJ: Currently most culinary products are digitally grown
AO: What does what of programming?
LJ: Concentration or consolidation of programs could make a bomb or a spacecraft
AO: The programmed pill
LJ: Where to go? What to do? And for how long?
AO: The programmed shampoo
LJ: What to be? Where to go? What to do?
AO: The programmed culinary
LJ: What to be? where to go? how long to stay fresh?
“Programs of taste, flavor, preservative, appearance” LJ
“We are a programmed thing that also eats programs” LJ
“Even fruits and vegetables are programs” LJ
“Culinary Design” LJ
I can make a bomb in 2 days
And a fruit in 3 days
And a spacecraft in 4 days
And I’m on my way out the door
Science Notes 3/11/2013
Scientists hosting at all the eclipse parties

“You should never mix elements
What you make is the element”
“Create it and give it an original name”