Rosie O'Donnell's Poem About Nora Ephron's Passing
Rosie knew the late writer/director very well.
After all, she played Becky in Nora's Sleepless In Seattle and she kicked off the rotating-cast assortment of monologues called Love, Loss, and What I Wore.
And now Rosie wants to talk--in verse--about her love and loss.
Wrote she on her blog:
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like a cyst that won't pop til u slice the top I squeezed for weeks nothing came
and now hearing about nora it burst flowing over my everything
and there's more
I mean: And there's more.
Check it out and see how "her everything" deals with it.
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