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I remember, long ago I read a book
that told the meaning of dreams.
It said that if a girl dreams of a boat or a ship
she will reach a safe harbor.
But if she dreams of daffodils,
she is in great danger.
But this is no time for me to think of danger,
this is my wedding day.
Something old, something new,
something borrowed, something blue.
Something old is this church -
four centuries old.
Mark says it's a felicitous structure.
Baldings, pilasters, walls...
...its altars, its chandeliers,
tuned to a perfect harmony.
Built so that here
And something new is Mark himself.
And love is new for me.
passes before you like a fast movie.
broken another engagement.
witchdoctor of yours!
- Curtis? He's a brilliant psychoanalyst.
Chit chat aside, what are you holding out for?
I still have time, Rick -why should
I tie myself down?
I'm not trying to rush you but, you know,
being mother and father
Today, New York's a bull market for you
in good, solid, eligible men.
Are there any as good as you, Rick?
- I wasn't proposing a miracle.
But I won't be around as long as you, Celia.
and mine has a lot of milage on it.
I'm... I'm terribly sorry, Rick.
Your secretary said I could...
Hey, hey. Come in, Bob. This is strictly legal.
Speak of the devil, Celia: Here is a
thoroughly eligible man
and a top lawyer - Bob Dwight.
My sister, Celia.
My brother Rick. That was the last time we were
close -and when you died, Rick, life was lonely.
Rick was a cagey investor, but now that it's your
money I've set up a trust fund.
No-one but you can touch the capital,
I wasn't looking.
L... I like you very much, Celia.
ask you to marry me.
Dear Bob. I'm settled now.
Believe me, I'm dead tired
being the darling of the stag line.
I don't want an answer now, Celia. You're
depressed about Rick.
It's only been two months and...
...Celia I want you to be sure.
Why don't you take him up on it?
Find some sun.
Will you come too?
- No. Call it your last fling.
I'll still be here when you come back.
It's awfully commercial.
- My dear, it's perfect for Bob.
Alright. The initials are R.D.
image of Bob -
because he found out that I...
Celia, let's get out of here.
I don't want to be an innocent bystander.
Celia, come on, come on.
What's wrong with you?
but I was strangely held.
a fist-fight over a cigarette girl.
When one man was knocked down,
the fight was over. But this was different:
A woman and two men
who may have known her an hour or less
fighting for her with naked knives.
Death was in that street
and I felt how proud she must be.
There was a tingling at the nape of my neck
I felt eyes touching me like fingers.
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