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  • Vivi couldn't see how anything could go wrong, and never thought of the long-term tenacity of the Director, who was already pondering wearisome sporadic whorl-checks of white-starred bays for years to come.

    The Elvis Latte

  • Vivi couldn't see how anything could go wrong, and never thought of the long-term tenacity of the Director, who was already pondering wearisome sporadic whorl-checks of white-starred bays for years to come.

    Field Of Thirteen

  • These twin lines of somber trees were his, his the abandoned lawn, waist high in weeds under white-starred young magnolia trees.

    Gone with the Wind

  • These twin lines of somber trees were his, his the abandoned lawn, waist high in weeds under white-starred young magnolia trees.

    Gone with the Wind

  • These twin lines of somber trees were his, his the abandoned lawn, waist high in weeds under white-starred young magnolia trees.

    Gone with the Wind

  • These twin lines of somber trees were his, his the abandoned lawn, waist high in weeds under white-starred young magnolia trees.

    Gone with the Wind

  • These twin lines of somber trees were his, his the abandoned lawn, waist high in weeds under white-starred young magnolia trees.

    Gone with the Wind

  • My farewell was to white-starred young magnolia trees, to wisteria tumbling over the verandas, to whitewashed brick and pink crepe myrtle bushes, to rolling green lawns with sparkling fountains in which birds bathed and dipped their feathers.

    Darkest Hour

  • My farewell was to white-starred young magnolia trees, to wisteria tumbling over the verandas, to whitewashed brick and pink crepe myrtle bushes, to rolling green lawns with sparkling fountains in which birds bathed and dipped their feathers.

    Darkest Hour

  • My farewell was to white-starred young magnolia trees, to wisteria tumbling over the verandas, to whitewashed brick and pink crepe myrtle bushes, to rolling green lawns with sparkling fountains in which birds bathed and dipped their feathers.

    Darkest Hour

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