The Untold Truth Of Amber Heard

Move over, Post Malone — you’re not the only star with an impressive set of ink. When Amber Heard made a 2015 appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” the titular host displayed her cover of Elle magazine, which prominently featured her body tattoos. “I couldn’t help but staring at your tats,” Fallon joked, before asking her about two sentences — one in red, one in blue — tattooed on the left side of her torso in foreign languages. “What do they say?”

“They’re both poetry,” Heard explained, revealing the one on the top is a Spanish verse from Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. The other one, she revealed, is a verse from 11th-century Persian poet Omar Khayyam. “It’s in Farsi,” she said, adding, “It’s really beautiful, it’s poetry — at least I think.” Heard continued: “It was not the kind of tattoo you get after a wild night out, drinking. It’s not a drunk tat.”

According to analysis of the ink by Body Art Guru, the Neruda verse is translated as, “I love you as certain dark things are to be loved, in secret, between the shadow and the soul,” while the Farsi translates to: “Since the fate of the world is non-existence, since you exist, be merry.”

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