At last the weather's warming-up
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At last the weather's warming up.
Look! The skins clear now.
Watch your step.
I said it would, remember?
Please, Mrs. Nixon, watch...
And look! Another elephant!
Why hello, Jumbo! I was meant to come here.
What a lovely park!
Time for a picnic?
They could work stone in those days.
Labor was cheap.
Men dug their own graves.
They rose up.
Like statues covered in the dust of their creation.
Men like these behold each revolution of the world.
Swimming through space as fish swim through the sea.
Resting in currents.
Though they got two bowls of rice a day.
The salt was black.
They drank white tea.
It rounds like you remember them.
We should go back now.
What a shame!
(The First Lady takes the arm of her interpreter...
a friendly gesture... as the group turns back towards
the limousine whose engine has been running for some
time. The sun is setting, the west is red, and the moon
is clearly visible. Mrs. Nixon may be supposed to be
thinking about her bath and the outfit she will wear
to the ballet)
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