The Philadelphia Story (1940) :: MOTD

The Philadelphia Story (1940)
Written by Donald Ogden Stewart, Waldo Salt and Philip Barry (original playwright)
Directed by George Cukor

“What’s this? Is it my book?” ~ Macaulay Connor

“Yes.” ~ C. K. Dexter Haven

“C. K. Dexter Haven you have unsuspected depth!” ~ Macaulay Connor

“Thanks, old chap.” ~ C. K. Dexter Haven

“But have you read it?” ~ Macaulay Connor

“When I was trying to stop drinking, I read anything.” ~ C. K. Dexter Haven

“And did you stop drinking?” ~ Macaulay Connor

“Yes. Your book didn’t do it though.” ~ C. K. Dexter Haven Continue reading The Philadelphia Story (1940) :: MOTD

We make a little history :: SOTD

“We talk about it all night long, we define our moral ground, but when I crawl into your arms, everything, it comes tumbling down.” (#ThrowbackThursday – old writing of mine) Untitled  by me originally written in September 2004 You may think I forget how your name looks written next to mine the way our words overlap intertwine in an echo of footsteps and story tales the sound of laughter sewn together into a blanket of stars I still re-read the letters spot you between the lines an unspoken language dream speak you may think I forgot how to make your soul … Continue reading We make a little history :: SOTD