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I love you because the entire universe conspired to help me find you. Your dreams stay big, your worries stay small Wonderful Tonight. Only now, she talks to me, in my dreams. And I cant wait to go to sleep tonight because we got a lot to talk about. I love you. 14 up, 8 down. Greatest Last Film Lines or Quotes (voice-over) "See, the hardest thing for me was leaving the life. I still loved the . our dreams. And me, I hardly dream about him anymore. .. And if you don't help me, I'll be dead by tonight." - "You know.
I felt like it was looking right at me and nobody else. The future was a solid wall, not promising, not threatening—all bunk. No guarantees of anything, not even the guarantee that life isn't one big joke. I had a feeling of destiny and I was riding the changes My consciousness was beginning to change, too, change and stretch.
Truth was that I wanted to get out of the rat race. Having children changed my life and segregated me from just about everybody and everything that was going on. Outside of my family, nothing held any real interest for me and I was seeing everything through different glasses.
I'm in the bottomless pit of cultural oblivion. And sometimes you say things that have nothing to do with the truth of what you want to say and sometimes you say things that everyone knows to be true.
Then again, at the same time, you're thinking that the only truth on earth is that there is no truth on it. Whatever you are saying, you're saying in a ricky-tick way. There's never time to reflect. You stitched and pressed and packed and drove, is what you did. All these songs together, one after another made my head spin. It made me want to gasp.
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It was like the land parted. Referring to the first Woody Guthrie record he ever heard, p. It was a strange world ahead that would unfold, a thunderhead of a world with jagged lightning edges. Many got it wrong and never did get it right.
I went straight into it. It was wide open. I began to think about William Shakespearethe great literary figure. I would reckon he thought of himself as a dramatist. The thought that he was writing literature couldn't have entered his head. His words were written for the stage. Meant to be spoken not read. When he was writing HamletI'm sure he was thinking about a lot of different things: Each person has an individual, separate identity, a world unto themselves.
They can perceive things more clearly. Your honesty and how it relates to the depth of your talent is tried. Like Shakespeare, I too am often occupied with the pursuit of my creative endeavors and dealing with all aspects of life's mundane matters.
Anne had her little domain in the speckless order one would expect of anyone brought up by Marilla Cuthbert, and felt that she could gad shoreward with a clear conscience.
Many and delightful had been her shore rambles, sometimes with Gilbert, sometimes with Captain Jim, sometimes alone with her own thoughts and new, poignantly-sweet dreams that were beginning to span life with their rainbows. She loved the gentle, misty harbor shore and the silvery, wind-haunted sand shore, but best of all she loved the rock shore, with its cliffs and caves and piles of surf-worn boulders, and its coves where the pebbles glittered under the pools; and it was to this shore she hied herself tonight.
There had been an autumn storm of wind and rain, lasting for three days. Thunderous had been the crash of billows on the rocks, wild the white spray and spume that blew over the bar, troubled and misty and tempest-torn the erstwhile blue peace of Four Winds Harbor.
Now it was over, and the shore lay clean-washed after the storm; not a wind stirred, but there was still a fine surf on, dashing on sand and rock in a splendid white turmoil--the only restless thing in the great, pervading stillness and peace. Presently she scrambled down the steep path to the little cove below, where she seemed shut in with rocks and sea and sky.
I may be as crazy as I like. Whirling round and round, laughing like a child, she reached the little headland that ran out to the east of the cove; then she stopped suddenly, blushing crimson; she was not alone; there had been a witness to her dance and laughter.
The girl of the golden hair and sea-blue eyes was sitting on a boulder of the headland, half-hidden by a jutting rock. She was looking straight at Anne with a strange expression--part wonder, part sympathy, part--could it be?
She was bare-headed, and her splendid hair, more than ever like Browning's "gorgeous snake," was bound about her head with a crimson ribbon. She wore a dress of some dark material, very plainly made; but swathed about her waist, outlining its fine curves, was a vivid girdle of red silk. Her hands, clasped over her knee, were brown and somewhat work- hardened; but the skin of her throat and cheeks was as white as cream.
A flying gleam of sunset broke through a low-lying western cloud and fell across her hair. For a moment she seemed the spirit of the sea personified--all its mystery, all its passion, all its elusive charm. To be seen by this stately girl in such an abandon of childishness--she, Mrs.
Blythe, with all the dignity of the matron to keep up--it was too bad! Instead, she sat down on the boulder beside the girl. Blythe--and I live in that little white house up the harbor shore. Dick Moore," she added stiffly.
Anne was silent for a moment from sheer amazement.
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It had not occurred to her that this girl was married--there seemed nothing of the wife about her. And that she should be the neighbor whom Anne had pictured as a commonplace Four Winds housewife!
Anne could not quickly adjust her mental focus to this astonishing change. I should have gone over to call on you long ago," said the other. She did not offer any explanation or excuse for not having gone. That is the sole fault of Four Winds--there aren't quite enough neighbors.
Otherwise it is perfection. It is the most beautiful place I ever saw. I--I love it, too. Anne had an odd impression that this strange girl--the word "girl" would persist-- could say a good deal if she chose.
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It is generally late--almost dark--when I come. And I love to come just after a storm--like this. I don't like the sea so well when it's calm and quiet. I like the struggle--and the crash--and the noise. Tonight it seemed so free--so untamed--something broke loose in me, too, out of sympathy. That was why I danced along the shore in that wild way. I didn't suppose anybody was looking, of course.
If Miss Cornelia Bryant had seen me she would have forboded a gloomy prospect for poor young Dr.
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She had an exquisite laugh; it bubbled up suddenly and unexpectedly with something of the delicious quality of a baby's. She has been down to my house of dreams several times. We just call it that between ourselves. It slipped out before I thought. And then we settle down contentedly in eight-room houses that seem to fulfill all the desires of our hearts--because our prince is there.
You should have had your palace really, though--you are so beautiful. You must let me say it--it has to be said--I'm nearly bursting with admiration. You are the loveliest thing I ever saw, Mrs.