Albert Wong

Rookie (7/09/1940 / Hong Kong)

Elizabeth Tailor - Poem by Albert Wong

A most bright and shining movie star;
Your brightness began forty years ago,
How beautiful you were at the first time to appear,
You were a white fairy lady came from heaven.

Your eyes were so wide and bright with wisdom;
The white teeth with red lip fixed so charming;
Your voice was attractive for every movie lover.
You walked specially gentle in the movie;
There were heroes fought seriously for your love.

You were so successfully to gain twice queens of medal.
There was no other movie star could be comparable.
No mater in movie or in your real life,
There were same many heroes surrounding you.
Richard Burton even married with you twice;
Why there were so many men to love you?

They loved you so much because of a fairy like you.
Your beauty and charming performance was perfect;
No body could be same so like you in past fifty years;
You have successfully acted as an Egyptian Queen.

Your noble shape and smart activity made sense.
A true actress likes you is not easily found again;
We the Chinese admired you as a Lady of Jade;
You were so high in your quality as comparing to jade;
Your inner and outside were so supremely appreciated.

God bless you Eliza, Your success won’t be forgotten,
You are a good sample of actress whom every new copying.
Will there any ones can follow your steps?
You may want to have any one else can take place.

It is unbelievable to hear you are in illness;
Hoping you can fully jump over this difficulty.
Nowadays a lot of new movie stars are appearing,
Have there any one new star can follow Elizabeth?

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 9, 2011

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