intoxicating attention

“Reaching back to remember shows put on in Judy’s father’s barn, musicals performed in high schools, huge painted flat canvases, colorful boxes, furniture, straw, creating an environment suitable to croon a melody, solos duets, the full cast chorus, hand in hand bows, a bouquet of flowers for a lovely, day after day, night after night, rehearsals for a few brief performances in homage to a Broadway show still running, matinees and more. Every little step she takes, the joy of performance, the thrill of fame, intoxicating attention.”

— Lord Malinov, Song of Songs

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Lord Malinov, literary author, bon vivant, rogue romantic poet
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