Friday, June 25, 2010

In Loving Memory: Farrah Fawcett's Legacy

It's as if the world decided to be extremely cruel on June 25, 2009. Not only did the world lose the King Of Pop, but we also mourned the loss of 70's icon Farrah Fawcett. Fawcett, star of classic television show Charlie's Angels (she was also renowned for her full head of illustrious hair she sported during the show), and the made-for-television movie "The Burning Bed," died at the age of 62, following complications of a rare anal cancer - the subject of her touching and personal documentary that highlighting the struggle of her overcoming this terrible disease. In-depth and at times shocking, Fawcett showed the world an in-depth look at her struggle.

 She's So New York commemorates Ms. Fawcett and thanks her for her legacy.

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    FARRAH FAWCETT: faint smile lighted

    Farrah Fawcett, frail and radiant embodiment of femininity in the face of hyper-sexual, ironically, came from a chastity almost angelic creature magnetic wide teeth helping to make a pure delight every smile, dream embodied in a luxuriant hair and a radiant face is dead as a myth sustained by the famous mummy of course, but mainly just old skin had become ...

    The perfect product of superficial America, artificial, television was no less in his youth an authentic beauty, the faults of taste of her toilet Yankee overshadow the charms of her innate nature.

    Blonde, charming, seraphic, this Eve was just as typical Texan specifically American in the forfeiture of her beauty ... Whatever! His ugliness will never forget late its past glory as it is true that they were even more ephemeral. Farrah Fawcett has aged with a mask of great pain, the cancer of course, but also of beauty become hideous. Born under the breath of Venus, she ended her days under the sign of the crab, with unique ornaments for the ride and the tears, filed past cosmetics on her forehead by the Reaper ...

    The fall to the grave was all the more breathtaking.

    It has compassion for the deceased on our screens so beautiful, so terrible in the stele.

    In this beautiful world is doomed to decay.

    However Farrah Fawcett has prevailed mainly in the grave: his beautiful teeth which, like his bones for centuries testify crudely, but secretly, his passage on Earth.

    But above all, and this is the strength and consolation of the poet who sees everywhere only the beautiful, I think since his burial face gaunt faces of Farrah Fawcett-skull became permanently directed towards the sky, frozen in the direction of infinity with its beautiful carnivorous teeth alignment, continues to charm the universe.

    By sending an eternal smile to the stars.



    Raphaël Zacharie de IZARRA