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Freedom of a Celebrity

The author is trying to stay true to her emotions and wants free to write the truth.

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It started with,

You got this

get your coat

it's time for the show,

It was supposed to be all fine

Everyone is so nice to me,

Loving this fame,

tho going to the airport is a difficult task,

Ended up being,

You got this

get your fake face mask ,

it's time for the show,

No to privacy

Respect -forget it

Need Haters, just breathe

freedom of expressing your true emotions is a joke,

The comment section that was filled with roses,

is full of hate comments,

people don't love me anymore when I am myself,

"Go die"

reads the last comment,

crying at a 12 floured building's terrace,

feels more comfortable and free,

the tears feel joyful and pure

altogether it feels true.





Comments

ISHIKA MEHERE (author) from NAGPUR on September 10, 2021:

Thank you Brenda.

Hope you have a great day ahead.

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on September 10, 2021:

Ishika

Welcome!

I'm happy to see you join us with these word prompts.

Your poem, "Freedom of a Celebrity" shows us how a celebrity's freedom is taken away.

In the beginning it's exciting & one loves the fame, but it soon becomes a time when one puts on a fake face to entertain.

There is no more respect. One has no privacy and receives hate mail.

He can no longer be his true self. He has to maintain his image.

When he reads a hateful comment he cries outside on a terrace where he feels more comfortable.

He feels free & more like himself, alone in this one moment than when he is in front of everyone pretending.

I am sure this kind of life really is hard. It's not all glory & fame.

It is a lonely road.

I will post a link in the word prompt article

Diana Carol Abrahamson from Somerset West on September 10, 2021:

Thanks Ishika ..have a blessed and fruitful week.:)

ISHIKA MEHERE (author) from NAGPUR on September 10, 2021:

Thank you for your compliment Dianadee, I agree that freedom is cloaked in many disguises,

Hope you have an amazing day ahead.

Diana Carol Abrahamson from Somerset West on September 10, 2021:

Freedom is cloaked in many disguises. Not always cut out what it appears to be.

I learnt to accept myself first, as God believes in us and then people pick up something different in you, that they simply cannot manipulate.

Great poem Ishika :)

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