Monday, February 29, 2016

The Way We Were.....

iamdinomartins:

”She is shy and witty, she is nobody’s fool, she is a brilliant actress, she is beautiful beyond the dreams of pornography, she can be arrogant and willful, she is clement and loving, Dulcis Imperatrix, she is Sunday’s child, she can tolerate my impossibilities and my drunkenness, she is an ache in the stomach when I am away from her, and she loves me!” — Richard Burton“I’ll carry you off on a white charger but I’d prefer it if it was the other way around. I’m a hopeless romantic and want to be romantically swept away. In the meantime we will be loving and sweet – but someday, you son of a bitch, something will make you realise that you cannot live without me and you have to marry me, otherwise your life will not be complete.” — Elizabeth Taylor
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6 comments:

  1. Bonjour chère amie,

    Quel beau couple !

    Gros bisous ♡

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  2. Oh Marsha...you did it again.....slipping me back to those 'glory days' when love was mad and lovers were beautiful! If only I did't have crooked toes...I too could have married as often as Liz...instead I only managed 2!
    But in between,,,,and after...ooo la la...and so to bed to dream of times past and delight in remembering Liz and Richard!

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  3. THAT WAS A GREAT, GREAT, GREAT LOVE.

    IT REMAINS IN MY MEMORY AS A GREAT LOVE. TRAGIC. THEY NEVER GOT OVER EACH OTHER. NEVER. WHAT A TRAGEDY THEY COULD NOT REMAIN TOGETHER. ALCOHOL I AM AFRAID. SO SO SAD.

    PENNY

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  4. Yes, I agree with Penelope, great and tragic love - two soul mates.
    Tereza

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  5. Yes. Soul mates. So tragic. And avoidable.

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  6. tragic love, endless love, hurting love, overwhelming love. i wonder if i should be envious for not having found love of this kind or being grateful for it.

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