Marcello Mastroianni - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
My poor childhood memories
Going to the Cinema somewhere in seventies,
And how I watched in the gallery (not the balcony)
In Cinema hall the lowest ticket.
With my loving brother/companion 'Lalith'.
Oh! My hero a charismatic personality
Marcello Mastroianni a prominent Italian actor of Jewish descent.
Who once said; 'I believe in nature, love, affection, my work and my friends,
I love people and life,
Perhaps that's why life loved me in return.'
He died of cancer at the age of 72.
And I never forget the movie Vittorio De Sica's 'Sunflower'
Marcello and Sophia Loren for their fantastic perfomance.
The sad theme (The parting in Milan) from Sunflower by Henry Mancini
Still haunts me of my complicate solitary journey.
*To Alison & Jerry in gratitude for their goodwill I offer this sad memory.
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