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Marieta Maglas

(19-05-1964 / Radauti, Judet Suceava, Romania)

Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, in memoriam

Bigger than life, so beautiful and violet-eyed,
For being the movie’s most legendary star,
Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was really portrayed,
With her dramatic spark, as an actress so far.

She knew from her mother that this art is awesome,
In aeternum keeping her shining star so tight,
Wanting to be all or nothing and to become
Bigger than life, so beautiful and violet-eyed.

During filming National Velvet, she was hurt,
Her heart vibrated like a string of the guitar.
Instead of leaving, she tried her role to exert
For being the movie’s most legendary star.

She was a ray of incircumscriptableness,
An immaculate, unique talent she remained.
As being thawed by her genial consciousness,
Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was really portrayed.

She was a great wrenching ‘’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’’,
Ad astra per aspera Taylor-megastar,
Playing in “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? ”
With her dramatic spark, as an actress so far.

Being the best actress, she received her Oscar.
In “Butterfield” her image was elevated,
Dreaming to have ‘’ A Place in the Sun’’as a star.
In Memoriam, her name is serenaded. Registered & Protected

Submitted: Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Edited: Thursday, April 18, 2013
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