"Wild Hearts Don't Break: 1980"

Meissen in Winter, by Ernst Ferdinand Oehme (Germany) 1854

Rumor has it she hung out on the street corner to attract attention. I heard she threw her head back and laughed when she heard that.  Someone saw her jaywalk across the street to the Oriental Theater for a Bogie and Bacall film festival over the weekend, and I believe it because she was the type who would drag her fingertips along the red velvet seats and whisper, You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow.

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