Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Marilyn

 Marilyn Monroe still remains one of the most gorgeous and beautiful women who went down in history. She is an icon of the times when women were shaped like women. She is one the most unique comedic talents to ever see the screen, combining comedy with pathos. And of course her own beauty, extremely fragile and yet tough made her irresistable to watch. Her talents and unique style would never fade away. 
However, have you ever thought of Marilyn Monroe was alive today she would be something about 85 years. You can't help but wonder what she would be doing. Sometimes I feel like that was her luck to die young and beautiful to make history and become a legendary woman, than to sink into oblivion. How can be sad and even tragic to grow old, lose beauty and world-wide fame. I have been thinking about that a lot lately. Getting old is no fun at all. It may have sence to live to a venerable age only if you would be among loving children and grandchildren, with a real luggage of good deeds.
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Мерлин Монро была и остается одной из самых ярких женщин за всю историю. Легенда при жизни и после смерти, она прожила блистательную, но такую короткую жизнь.
 В последнее время я часто стала задумываться о старости, неудовлетворенности работой и жизнью в целом. Пример Мерлин Монро был всегда для меня пищей для глубоких размышлений, ведь она была  действительно создана  для чего-то необычайного, подобно яркой комете, вспыхнув ослепительным светом, стремительно пронеслась над Землей и сгорела дотла, навсегда оставшись в памяти людей. Может это ее удача не дожить до одинокой старости отягощенной мыслями о былой красоте и славе? Погибнув молодой она вошла в историю, навсегда оставшись символом женской молодости и красоты. Другие же, дожив до преклонных лет, не имеют других доказательств пользы своей  продолжительной жизни, кроме возраста. Старость имеет смысл только в окружении любящих детей и внуков, с богажем воспоминаний о совершенных добрых делах, честный поступках и моментах счастья.
With best wishes, Alexandra.

29 comments:

  1. она безумно красива, однако такой судьбы как у нее никому не пожелаешь)

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  2. wonderful post, I admire this beautiful and fragile women, she had that something.
    Getting old can be difficult but is natural. I wouldn't want to look the same all my life and who would want to be hit on by man too young for us? Getting old is a natural process.

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  3. Александра,мне всегда очень интересно почитать твои размышления!Монро -это уникальная харизма,женственность и обаяние.Её фотографии обладают каким то магнетизмом,видела много раз ,но хочется рассматривать их снова и снова.
    Спасибо,что напомнила о ней,она невероятно вдохновляет!И спасибо за чудесные комментарии в моём блоге,мне очень приятно это слышать,правда))Желаю тоже прекрасного дня и хорошего настроения))

    Мэри,http://marybellworld-marybellworld.blogspot.ru

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    1. Спасибо огромное за чудесную обратную связь, мне бесконечно приятно)

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  4. i believe that it was her luck to die young and beautiful too. leaving such a legacy. and yes, back then, women were shaped like women. these days, everyone including myself, just wants to be skinnier and thinner because thats depicted as the 'beautiful' of today.

    thank you for the comment and follow on my blog :) returning the favor!
    love, annick from http://only4feet9.blogspot.com

    have a nice day! xx

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  5. Yes it's very sad she died young..... bit in the little time she had on earth... she became unforgettable and it's hard to imagine anyone living even an 80 years and coming close to what she is to the world.

    Much love
    Heiress
    The Heiress Blog

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  6. She was the style symbol. She is still the queen of fashion in many hearts.She was great! No one is like her though many years has passed ^_^

    Aree With Umbrella

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  7. Ой, нам еще рано задумываться о старости!!! Я предпочитаю наслаждаться каждой минутой!))) А счастливой можно быть и в 100 лет!) Кому как повезет...

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  8. Marilyn is like my role model, she was stunning. Love your post x
    parisian-fairytale.blogspot.fr

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  9. Lovely feature hun, Marilyn was such an iconic beauty and actress, so many years alter and we still look up to her and her retro glamourous style. Great accompanying images!

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  10. 1ое фото очень мило смотрится с Вашей фотографией в сайдбаре (я одна вижу легкое сходство?).
    Энивей, как говорится, хоть я и не являюсь особой поклонницей Монро, изображения Вы подобрали очень удачные.
    С наступающим!))

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  11. She is indeed an icon. The very essence of being a woman.
    We have to embrace age, it's a gift to enjoy life as it is. just think of Liz Taylor, she's one of the most beautiful woman on earth and on her death people still remember the beautiful & young Liz...

    http://anmari-ish.blogspot.com

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  12. Such a beautiful woman!!!!!! She is still a style icon.

    Eirini from http://fashionreactor.blogspot.gr/

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  13. ohh I love this woman! She is and will always be an icon!
    (great text)

    http://thevogueword.com/

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  14. На нее хочется смотреть и смотреть...Незабываемая! Замечательная подборка и такие глубокие мысли...

    www.vogue-av.com

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  15. isn't it crazy to think about what an impact she made in such little time? beautiful!
    http://coffeebeansandbobbypins.blogspot.com/

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  16. "How can be sad and even tragic to grow old, lose beauty and world-wide fame. I have been thinking about that a lot lately. Getting old is no fun at all."
    What you gain by age is wisdom and new insights. You will notice that you don't actually lose beauty, but it just turns into different type of beauty.
    x, Lara
    http://rockteraptor.blogspot.fi/

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  17. hello ee delighted to meet this girl was the best, well she and Aubrey were beautiful. What beautiful images of Marilyn. by the way I'm still here in the blog, you follow me? would be great.

    Kisses

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  18. A mne ochen zhal, chto ona ne dozhila do preklonnogo vozrasta. Kto znaet, vozmozhno ona bi vstretila lubov, bila bi lubima i schastliva. Kazhdi den mozhet izmenit sud'bu, poetomu ochen grustno, chto ei etogo shansa ne bilo dano.

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  19. love this post, she is such an inspiration! have a great holiday!

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  20. This post is fantastic! She was so STUNNING! Hugs from Cali! xx The Golden Girls

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  21. Ahhh I hate the thought of getting old too!! Every time I see a little wrinkle near my eyes I start freaking out.

    xx
    Sophisticated Lace

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  22. great post!wonderful pics!beautiful woman!
    kisses jess
    http://jessjessde.blogspot.de/

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  23. Marilyn was beautiful, but I think that beauty was both a gift and a curse; a double-edged sword, if you will. She got to where she was because of her looks, but because of that, she was also derided. I always feel bad when I heard how badly she wanted to be taken seriously as an actress. Nevertheless, I love this post--what a wonderful tribute to a gorgeous, but troubled young woman that was taken from us far too soon!

    xo,
    Sabrina
    http://www.rougespark.com

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  24. I loved this post, adored it even! Marilyn is such an inspiration. I also feel bad for her at times. My favorite movie of her is The River, have you seen it? I love it!

    -Nico

    www.SatinAndSalt.com

    ps, mane we could follow each other?

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  25. What a beauty, inside and out. I agree with you. It does seem like fate for her to die so young and beauty and leave this legacy behind. Would she remembered so fondly had she lived into her old age? Lovely post xx

    Carly

    www.theislandsecret.com

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  26. легенда! воплощение очарования и шарма! красивые и поэтичные фотографии! удачного конца недели)

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  27. I love Marilyn, she was an icon and beyond stunning!

    www.pinsneedlesfashion.blogspot.com

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  28. She was fabulous and beautiful, I love her :)

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