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Top-Sexy Diamond White 2 Tiers 36Fingertip Length Bling Diamonds Lined Short Wedding Bridal Veil 07


Top-Sexy Diamond White 2 Tiers 36Fingertip Length Bling Diamonds Lined Short Wedding Bridal Veil 07


Picture yourself walking down the aisle dressed to the nines in your wedding outfit that took months of planning to complete. To experience a wedding ceremony that you will remember for the rest of your life, you must have a complete outfit right? Well having a veil is not only customary to compliment the wedding dress, but also completes the setting of a well-planned marriage ceremony. This beaut…


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Gogh Champagne 1 Tier 36Fingertip Length Scrolled Scallop-Edge Crystals Wedding Veil Diamonds 118


Gogh Champagne 1 Tier 36Fingertip Length Scrolled Scallop-Edge Crystals Wedding Veil Diamonds 118


Picture yourself walking down the aisle dressed to the nines in your wedding outfit that took months of planning to complete. To experience a wedding ceremony that you will remember for the rest of your life, you must have a complete outfit right? Well having a veil is not only customary to compliment the wedding dress, but also completes the setting of a well-planned marriage ceremony. This beaut…


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4 Film Favorites: Epic Romances - Dangerous Liaisons / The Painted Veil / Silk / The Affair Of The Necklace (Widescreen)


4 Film Favorites: Epic Romances – Dangerous Liaisons / The Painted Veil / Silk / The Affair Of The Necklace (Widescreen)


“Dangerous Liaisons”: The game of conquest is underway. Anything goes when a predatory, wealthy widow (Glenn Close) challenges a notorious rake (John Malkovich) to seduce a beautiful young newlywed (Michelle Pfeifer). But this time, a cardinal rule will be broken: two players will fall in love – with tragic results. “The Painted Veil”: Once love is lost, can it – should it – ever be reclaimed? That’s the question that tortures Dr. Walter Fane (Edward Norton) about his beautiful and faithless wife Kitty (Naomi Watts). So he takes her away from the soirees, flirtations and ardent intrigues of colonial-era Shanghai to a cholera-ravaged village deep in China. It is to be her punishment. But it may be redemption for them both. “Silk”: Based on the best-selling novel by Alessandro Baricco, “Silk” is a visually stunning epic spanning two continents. Herve Joncour’s (Michael Pitt) devotion to his beautiful bride (Keira Knightley) is tested by increasingly, dangerous trade missions in search of silkworms for his towns survival. From his journeys to Japan, Herve brings great wealth for his village, but with each return to the Far East he becomes torn by the temptation of a local warlords sensuous concubine and his love for Helene. “The Affair Of The Necklace”: Jeanne de la Motte-Valois knows what she wants. She also know how to get it – by conniving, deceiving and betraying. And by doing it so scandalously that it helps send Queen Marie Antoinette to the guillotine. Wealth and desire. Politics and corruption. Celebrity and sexuality. Jeanne combines them all in a scheme to acquire a diamond necklace that will enable her to buy back the royal status taken from her. Additional Scenes, Audio Commentary, Featurettes, Production Notes, Cast Film Highlights, Theatrical Trailer. Language: English, Subtitles: English (Closed Captioned) and Spanish; “‘The Affair of the Necklace’: The Making of a Scandal”; “Design Affair”.


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A Dreadful Temptation


A Dreadful Temptation


Hear the mellow wedding-bells-Golden bells! What a world of happinessTheir melody foretells!” “Hark! there’s the wedding-march.” “Here they come!” “Looks as white as a corpse, doesn’t she?” “Oh, no; as beautiful as a dream, to my notion. Pallor is becoming in brides, you know.” “He’s a silly old dotard, though, not to know that she’s taking him for his money.” “Of course he knows it. I dare say the old gray-beard is glad he had money enough to buy so much youth and loveliness.” “What a splendid veil and dress! They say her rich aunt furnished the trousseau.” “Her jewels are magnificent.” “The bridegroom’s gift, of course. Well, he is able to cover her with diamonds.” These were but few of the remarks that were whispered in the fashionable throng gathered at Trinity to witness a marriage in high life-a marriage that was all the more interesting from the fact that the contracting parties were so totally dissimilar to each other that the whole affair in the eyes of the outsiders resolved itself into a simple matter of bargain and sale-so much youth and beauty for an old man’s gold. The bridegroom was John St. John, a millionaire of high birth and standing in the city where he lived, but so old and infirm that people said of him that “he had one foot in the grave and the other on the brink of it,” and the[Pg 2] bride was the young daughter of some obscure country people. An aunt in the city had given her some advantages, and kept her in town two seasons, hoping to bring about a good match for her, since she had no dowry of her own, save youth, talent and peerless beauty. “And what is your fortune, my pretty maid?”My face is my fortune, sir,” she said. And Xenie Carroll was fulfilling her aunt’s ambitious hopes and desires to their uttermost limit as she walked up the broad aisle of Trinity that night, clothed in her bridal white, and leaning on the arm of the decrepit old millionaire, John St. John. His form was bent with age, his hair and beard were white, his eyes w


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Veil Diamond

Would you care to comment on my poem?

Light gold satin clouds streak the sky blue veil, turning an assortment of gold and blue. Then a light veil conceals the canvas plum full day as the moon elderly and the flashing diamond-encrusted veil against the peace of mind. Oh, how I wish the veil of the night could hide defects damaging this society that threatens the life and inner turmoil. Unfourtunately only hides the sky day. What is your interpretation? Is the meaning seems too vauge, and do you have any criticism to offer?

definetlt can see that you have talent, but this poem is not mine. I prefer points less suttle and hidden meanings and metaphors of poetry,