Fragility of Fame

May 2, 2012
By Tricera BRONZE, North Mankato, Minnesota
Tricera BRONZE, North Mankato, Minnesota
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I’m a God among men they say
As I stride and make my way
To the Podium in front of me,
A crowd gathers to see
The spectacle I tend to be,
Shining with fine qualities
Strength, grandeur and poise,
When I wave they make such noise,
thus is the grace of fame
That has its roots within my name
When I stand before the crowd,
My voice thunders clear and loud,
but as the end draws near
I suddenly begin to fear
My Message has not made it through
The gap between us has grew
I realize they pity me,
Always going on TV
Acting rather strange or funny,
Just to earn myself some money,
I have to put my pride aside
My imperfections I must hide
I must play the stupid games
All to keep my ill-earned fame
I’m a God among men they say,
Boy I wish I saw it that way

The author's comments:
It is about movie stars or other famous actors and actresses that are chosen for their physical appearance, but most people think they are complete idiots and don't fully listen when they talk.

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