The sunday muse 9th October

A beautiful lady

Like Marilyn Monroe

Her presence, breathtaking

Stunning in how she walked

Talked, held herself

In every way

Most every day

Oh beautiful lady

Your passion shines through

I would love mothing more

Than to be like you

Your light shines

Courage and strength

Eminent in your words

If I

Can go through my life

With half as much tonasity

As you have

I’ll be proud to be a woman

Just like Marilyn Monroe

You show yourself to the world

And I, I want to be

Like you, yes I do.

The Sunday Muse: Sunday Muse #231

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “The sunday muse 9th October”

  1. Enjoyed this. Yesterday I encountered a woman who moved with all the grace I’ll never have–she was a reminder to fight against my natural sloppiness.

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  2. I am thinking of the film about her before she became Marilyn Munro – when she was Normal Jean. The real person, not the figment of Hollywood fantasies. She might have been happier staying Norma Jean. Smiles.

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