Poems By Marilyn Monroe (My fav classic star )

Here are few poems by Marilyn Monroe

~~~~A SORRY SONG~~~~

I've got a tear hanging over
my beer that I can't let go.

It's too bad
I feel sad
When I got all my life behind me.

If I had a little relief
From this grief
I could find a drowning
straw to hold on to.

It's great to be alive.

They say I'm lucky to be alive
it's hard to figure out -
when everything I feel - hurts!

By Marilyn Monroe


I am of both your directions
Existing more with the cold frost
Strong as a cobweb in the wind

Hanging downward the most
Somehow remaining
Those beaded rays have the colors
I've seen in paintings - ah life
they have cheated you...
thinner than a cobweb's thread
sheerer than any-
but it did attach itself
and held fast in strong winds
and sindged by leaping hot fires
life - of which at singular times
I am of both your directions -
somehow I remain hanging downward
the most
as both of your directions pull me.

By Marilyn Monroe


I left my home of green rough wood,
A blue velvet couch.

I dream till now
A shiny dark bush
Just left of the door.

Down the walk
Clickity clack
As my doll in her carriage
Went over the cracks-
"We'll go far away."


Don't cry my doll
Don't cry
I hold you and rock you to sleep

Hush hush I'm pretending now
I'm not your mother who died.


Help Help
Help I feel life coming closer
When all I want is to die

By Marilyn Monroe


From time to time
I make it rhyme
but don't hold that kind

of thing
Oh well what the hell
so it won't sell
what I want to tell-
is what's on my mind
taint Dishes
taint Wishes
it's thoughts
flinging by
before I die
and to think
in ink

By Marilyn Monroe

Night of the Nite-soothing-
Seems different-Night has
No eyes nor no one-silence-
except to the Night itself



By Marilyn Monroe



I stood beneath your limbs
and you flowered and finally clung to me
and when the wind struck with … the earth
and sand- you clung to me.



By Marilyn Monroe

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