Marilyn Monroe young color photos





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Uploaded on Aug 17, 2009

"When I was a kid, the world often seemed a pretty grim place. I loved to escape through games and make-believe. You can do that even better as an actress, but sometimes it seems you escape altogether and people never let you come back."

"No one ever told me I was pretty when I was a little girl.
All little girls should be told they're pretty, even if they aren't."

"When a little girl feels lost and lonely and that nobody wants her, it's something she never can forget as long as she lives."

"She changed my whole life. I guess Auntie Ana Lower was the first person in the world I ever really loved and she loved me. She was a wonderful human being. I once wrote a poem about her...it was called 'I Love Her.' She never hurt me, not once. She couldn't. She was all kindness and all love. She was good to me."

"As nice as they tried to be at the orphange, it never made up for the hurt that had been done by Aunt Grace. I wanted more then anything in the world to be loved. The world around me just crumbled. It seemed nobody wanted me, not even my mother's best friend. I was nine when I entered the orphange and eleven when Aunt Grace finally took me out."
"In the kitchen you could earn money there... I washed 100 plates, 100 cups, spoons and forks and you made five cents a month. And they took one penny for Sunday school."

"I don't like to talk about my own past, it's an unpleasant experience I'm trying to forget."
Marilyn Monroe (Norma Jeane Baker) when she was young color photos...


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