Richard Ford Bunuel Whale Carnegie Edison Simon Hitchcock Welles Christ Antunes Rodriguez Kubrick

Bronze Star - 2,252 Points (02/11/1982 but conceived on May 28,1981 / Indian Orchard, Massachusetts)

Monroe Comma Marilyn: The Parenthetical Birthday Tribute - Poem by Richard Ford Bunuel Whale Carnegie Edison Simon Hitchcock Welles Christ Antunes Rodriguez Kubrick

Enshrouded in twilight proverbial mourn
In shock and pomp and circumstance
No way reaching her twilight in years
In place of the corporeal was instead a legend
In the generations to abide her aura
An aire of mystery would in play
Feed the avid fanship for what could have been
Fore what remains of her still,
A projection (twenty four frames a second)


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 2, 2011


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