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She always drew attention with her svelte body and collection of rare diamonds. Women envied her beauty and style whilst her vivacious and charismatic personality had men attracted to her like bees to honey.

Her first taste of real success was at the age of 18, when she won the Miss Universe title. It opened doors once unimaginable. The lure of glitter and glamor introduced her to the world she thought she belonged to. Success came easy and she was living a dream, signing endorsements and big budget movies at parallel. Her only mistake was the belief that it’ll last forever. As they say what goes up must come down. The basic law of gravity. Pretentious friends coupled with some wrong decisions led to her downfall at 30. It was the fastest they’d seen in the recent years. The girl, who lived in a mansion surrounded by friends, today struggled to even pay rent for a studio apartment with no visitors.

Substance abuse created an imaginary world full of pleasures she was seeking desperately in the real world. She felt abandoned and lay there curled up on the cold floor with tears flowing down her cheeks.

 

* This post is written for a picture posted by Ermiliablog for this week’s Picture It & Write.

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  1. What a sad story. :( Life is never constant and we have to try and make the best decisions each and every day. Thanks for sharing your story with us, MuZer!

    – Ermisenda

    • I had quite a few different interpretations on this pic but somehow all of them were turning out to be sad only. I wrote this as it made the most sense in my head!
      Thanks for these creative prompts every week, I look forward to participating in them and appreciate your feedback, Ermisenda! :-)

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