Gone With The Wind

Life in shreds like the sweaters she now has  to wear, stitches undone from yarn which is dirty and worn, yes, everything’s in tatters. She grieves the loss of her loved ones as she uses the shovel to bury them. Friends have all gone and love wasn’t what she’d always expected it to be. There was no plum life to be had, not anymore… the war between north and south had seen to that and, these were the cruelest of cruel days. Her thoughts drift to a married man, unanswered love-letters, always so mistaken that he was ever her true love but unable to stop the longing for what she couldn’t have.  No, nothing had turned out as she planned and now it was… Gone with the Wind.

Fabulous chemistry this pair made between them. Their acting, superb. Along with the movie Casablanca      Gone With The Wind with Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable has to be one of my most favourite stories and movies of all time. Written by Margaret Mitchell in 1936. Always loved to see love and romance.
Set against the background of the American Civil war, Scarlett O’Hara is in love with a man who isn’t in love with her. She doesn’t realise how much she was loved or, did love her husband until it’s all too late and yet, she is a survivor. Through many trials and tribulations she finally grows up and resolves at the end of the story to go back to her ruined family home and think of ways to win back the man (her husband) who was her true love all along except for her yearning for someone who she always thought better, she couldn’t see it.
I also love the music to this movie too.   HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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Author: Daydreamer

I live on a beautiful island in Atlantic Canada.

12 thoughts on “Gone With The Wind”

  1. It was an outstanding story considering it took Margaret Mitchell ten years to write it. The movie was great but the book even better. You did a good review here Bre!

  2. uhm, never seen it, studied it in High school but the black and white always killed me, the staircase seen is often everywhere in pics, but hmm maybe someday 🙂

  3. Funny, I’ve never read the book or seen the movie, but I know enough about it to know how well you summarized it. Excellent use of the wordle in this one, daydreamer.

  4. nice…i enjoy the movie…and have been to the Tara plantation…and i am married to tara…smiles….nice use of the words…and i def like the end….things dont always turn out the way we hope…that is ok…

  5. Well wordled, Daydreamer. I just loved how you concluded your wordle:

    “No, nothing had turned out as she planned and now it was… Gone with the Wind.”

    Very clever, and so often this is the case. Always fun to see what you come up with here.

  6. A universal story … the grass is (not) always greener on the other side just different. Love, cat.

  7. Looking at you referencing movies in verse, okay movie. But it has also be referenced in like a bazillon other movies, so there you go. You have a movie show..haha

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