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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4800 on: May 22, 2009, 03:00 PM »
“That just passed on to everyone else. Everyone’s part grew because they were full of Heath’s energy,” Gilliam said. “What I thought was interesting was to watch people filling the void that Heath left. Everybody was just growing to make sure that there was no void left in the space that Heath had left us.”

That's our boy. :\'( :\'(

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4801 on: May 22, 2009, 03:01 PM »
Keren, I don't know what to say. No words I say will make you feel better. I can't bring him back. I wish I can....but I can not.

I've been avoiding LJ the whole day, because people are posting about Parnassus and Cannes and I can not deal with it all. Not right now. I know that I am being a coward, but I decided a while back that the only way to keep my heart whole is running away from pics and articles about Heath. And still I am there every time Linda write huge posts with pics of him, or when Mireille post her drawings of Heath. Kinda weird, I know.

Just wanted to say that I know what you are feeling, that all brokies here are feeling like that too, even if sometimes it seems that you are alone here. It's not true. Heath will never leave our hearts. It's impossible.

You know I wanted to see this film in London, because I know that it won't be possible here in Spain.....and reading about people being able to see it, well, it tears my heart apart. That's why I can not read those articles either....It's like reading about something that maybe I won't ever have, you know.  :-\\ :-\\

We are here for you, babe. You know that, right? I know you loved him so much, I know you still do, and it pains me deeply seeing you this down. I know what it's losing someone you love. I only can give you my words and hugs.

Hold on, Keren. People say that all the love you give comes back to you. I believe in that. You'll get all the love you deserve. I am sure about that.  :ghug: :^^) %)

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4802 on: May 22, 2009, 03:29 PM »
Tammy, your words mean so much to me. Maybe you're doing the right thing by avoiding all this, maybe I'm just masochistic... I read everything about him and I look at his photos and post them every day, and maybe it's not so good for me but I can't stay away from it, even when I end up crying my eyes out. I can't explain to anyone around me why it hurts so much. Now with all the talk about the movie everything is too much, and I still keep going back for more. go figure.

Thanks for your support honey  :ghug: :ghug: :ghug:
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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4803 on: May 22, 2009, 09:24 PM »
 :ghug: Keren  :ghug: Tammy  :ghug:

I was reading an article about the film's premier in Cannes and I could feel the tears starting up.

There's no reins on this one.

Just gotta hold on for as long as we can ride it.

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Heath, you are loved, like this, always.

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« Reply #4804 on: May 22, 2009, 10:51 PM »
 :ghug: to all. It really is such a strange combination of wanting to be immersed in it and wanting to hold it at bay, isn't it? I have already read some review nuggets and I'm not sure what to do with them. In the end it doesn't matter because I'll see the film as soon as I can and will of course make up my own mind. But it is those moments of excitement (getting to see one of the clips from Cannes on youtube) sitting side by side with those same moments that bring a tear to the eye (realizing this is indeed the very last film) that can be a bit unsettling.  :ghug:


Here's to you Heath and all your friends, from this film and every other you've given us. It has been a wonderful, far too short, exhilerating, heartbreaking ride and we will continue the ride long after you're gone because you inhabit our hearts and always will.  :c)
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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4805 on: May 22, 2009, 11:02 PM »
:ghug: to all. It really is such a strange combination of wanting to be immersed in it and wanting to hold it at bay, isn't it? I have already read some review nuggets and I'm not sure what to do with them. In the end it doesn't matter because I'll see the film as soon as I can and will of course make up my own mind. But it is those moments of excitement (getting to see one of the clips from Cannes on youtube) sitting side by side with those same moments that bring a tear to the eye (realizing this is indeed the very last film) that can be a bit unsettling.  :ghug:


Here's to you Heath and all your friends, from this film and every other you've given us. It has been a wonderful, far too short, exhilerating, heartbreaking ride and we will continue the ride long after you're gone because you inhabit our hearts and always will.  :c)


 :\'(  :ghug: :c) ^f^  <^(


Heath, you are loved, like this, always.

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4806 on: May 24, 2009, 01:31 PM »
((((Keren))))  ((((Everyone))))   :ghug: :ghug: :ghug: :ghug:

Ohh, honey....I just wish I could offer you more than a cyber hug, Keren.  I know exactly, precisely, fully where you're coming from, hon.  No way are you alone in feeling this way.  I know that in recent times I have been less conspicuous in the Heath threads here, but that is only because I simply had to force myself to take a respite from the crushing grief for a while.  It was what should have been his thirtieth birthday that was the culmination of more than a year of cold hard grief that really did it.  I simply had to step back for a while, take a breather...or risk going nuts.  So, like Tammy, I guess I kinda ran away for a while, knowing full well that nothing had changed deep down, that I was merely band-aiding the still-intense sadness.  I knew that it was truly only in the most superficial way imaginable that I'd "accepted" what had happened.  I managed to hold onto that illusion for over a month, as the apparently endless grief, and other turmoils in my life, simply forced me to for a time.  It's only been the last week or so that I've felt it creeping back to less sub-conscious recesses of myself, the old grief....and pretty much as strongly as ever.  Perhaps less loud and staring-you-in-the-face than before, slightly less of a cacophony maybe, but essentially just as intensely as ever.   :\'( :\'( :\'( :\'(

And particularly, since I've been really ill the last few days with a flu from hell, it's really been coursing though my veins again, the incredulity, the missing, the knowledge that Heath's final film is pending release, and that black hole you spoke of, Keren.  To quote from the Johnny Cash/Trent Reznor song, "Hurt" (that will forever remind me of Ennis Del Mar now), it's back again  -  "the old familiar sting". 

We hear you, sweetie, and we're here for you.  Like Theresa said, we're all in this together. 

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4807 on: May 24, 2009, 01:32 PM »


Here's to you Heath and all your friends, from this film and every other you've given us. It has been a wonderful, far too short, exhilerating, heartbreaking ride and we will continue the ride long after you're gone because you inhabit our hearts and always will.  :c)


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Amen, Barb. 

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4808 on: May 24, 2009, 02:37 PM »
((((Laura))))
The truth is... sometimes I miss you so much I can hardly stand it.

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4809 on: May 24, 2009, 03:21 PM »

This is the last movie, Heath. That's it baby. There won't be any more. This is the last chance we'll ever get to see you on the big screen again in a new role. To hear you speak in your beautiful voice lines that we haven't heard before and sweep us off our feet into a new magical world. There will be interviews and press conferences, but you won't be there. There will be photos and we'll see Terry and Johnny and Jude and Colin and everybody else, and there'll be a big black hole where you were supposed to be. No one is able to fill that hole, no one.


(((Keren))) :ghug: :ghug: :ghug: :ghug:

I know, its just too awful and sad to realise that this is it and no more..... :\'( :\'( :\'( :\'( :\'(
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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4810 on: May 24, 2009, 05:13 PM »
 :ghug: to Keren, Laura, Tammy, & all else that need it :)

Yes, it's his last acted in film, but I truly believe in the coming years, once his friends' & family's pain has transcended into a bearable numbness, we will start to see documentaries with him by his many friends.

Heath was an extremely creative soul, and he surrounded himself with similar people; filmmakers, artists, & actors that shared in his love for the entertainment industry. There are so many images of him with his friends and co-workers, all holding their own cameras, capturing what the were doing through their own eyes. These friends and family also have footage he shot himself, we've seen some through, "the Masses" and I think through the next couple years, more of their images, and more importantly, his images, will continue to be released to the public. I think it will be very surprising just how long it will be before we've ever seen the last of him....if that's even possible......it will probably be long after we are all also gone.
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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4811 on: May 24, 2009, 08:31 PM »
I don't often come to EJ although I've been a member forever, but this morning I felt the need to sneak in and just unload some of the weight in my heart. Bear with me, folks.

As Heathens go, I'm one of the older ones around, and my more maudlin moments I sometimes think that's a good thing because it means I'll probably head off into the next great adventure sooner than most other fans, and then - if I'm lucky - I might find out why Heath left us, find out what he's been up to, maybe even get to say hello again. Some days it gets that bad. Mostly I just miss him miss him miss him miss him.........

The premiering of Dr Parnassus this weekend has brought all the waves of sorrow crashing down upon me yet again. I feel directionless. I know I should be out there, talking up the film and giving Heath the last hurrah that he deserves but more often than not I just want to curl up and have a good cry.

He was a beautiful man and he deserved to have a long and beautiful life. The great big hole he has left in so many lives is evidence of how wonderful he was. I miss him.

I think I'll go and light a few candles and then pull myself together and give the Dr P bandwagon another push.

Bye for now.

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4812 on: May 24, 2009, 08:58 PM »
La mort n'est pas l'obscurité, c'est une lampe qui s'éteint car le jour se lève.



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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4813 on: May 25, 2009, 07:23 AM »
I don't often come to EJ although I've been a member forever, but this morning I felt the need to sneak in and just unload some of the weight in my heart. Bear with me, folks.

As Heathens go, I'm one of the older ones around, and my more maudlin moments I sometimes think that's a good thing because it means I'll probably head off into the next great adventure sooner than most other fans, and then - if I'm lucky - I might find out why Heath left us, find out what he's been up to, maybe even get to say hello again. Some days it gets that bad. Mostly I just miss him miss him miss him miss him.........

The premiering of Dr Parnassus this weekend has brought all the waves of sorrow crashing down upon me yet again. I feel directionless. I know I should be out there, talking up the film and giving Heath the last hurrah that he deserves but more often than not I just want to curl up and have a good cry.

He was a beautiful man and he deserved to have a long and beautiful life. The great big hole he has left in so many lives is evidence of how wonderful he was. I miss him.

I think I'll go and light a few candles and then pull myself together and give the Dr P bandwagon another push.

Bye for now.

Wow, I'm speechless :\'(
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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4814 on: May 25, 2009, 08:49 AM »
I don't often come to EJ although I've been a member forever, but this morning I felt the need to sneak in and just unload some of the weight in my heart. Bear with me, folks.

As Heathens go, I'm one of the older ones around, and my more maudlin moments I sometimes think that's a good thing because it means I'll probably head off into the next great adventure sooner than most other fans, and then - if I'm lucky - I might find out why Heath left us, find out what he's been up to, maybe even get to say hello again. Some days it gets that bad. Mostly I just miss him miss him miss him miss him.........

The premiering of Dr Parnassus this weekend has brought all the waves of sorrow crashing down upon me yet again. I feel directionless. I know I should be out there, talking up the film and giving Heath the last hurrah that he deserves but more often than not I just want to curl up and have a good cry.

He was a beautiful man and he deserved to have a long and beautiful life. The great big hole he has left in so many lives is evidence of how wonderful he was. I miss him.

I think I'll go and light a few candles and then pull myself together and give the Dr P bandwagon another push.

Bye for now.

((((Mini)))) I can so understand you, and I know it's hard for you to work up the excitement and the enthusiasm for Dr P because it just hurts too much. But you're still doing it. Many of us loved him so dearly, and each one of us deals with it differently. Some of us want to talk and read and post, and some of us just feel like hiding in a corner and crying. I've been reading your posts in other places and I know there hasn't been a day you didn't think of him, I know how deeply your pain goes.

There isn't much we can say or do to make the pain easier. all we can do is be here for each other. To make sure that we have a place where we can speak out our pain without being judged, to know that others understand us, and to give each other all the support that we can. :ghug: :ghug: :ghug:
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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4815 on: May 25, 2009, 10:09 AM »
 :ghug: miniangel  :ghug:
Heath, you are loved, like this, always.

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« Reply #4816 on: May 25, 2009, 10:12 AM »
I don't often come to EJ although I've been a member forever, but this morning I felt the need to sneak in and just unload some of the weight in my heart. Bear with me, folks.

As Heathens go, I'm one of the older ones around, and my more maudlin moments I sometimes think that's a good thing because it means I'll probably head off into the next great adventure sooner than most other fans, and then - if I'm lucky - I might find out why Heath left us, find out what he's been up to, maybe even get to say hello again. Some days it gets that bad. Mostly I just miss him miss him miss him miss him.........

The premiering of Dr Parnassus this weekend has brought all the waves of sorrow crashing down upon me yet again. I feel directionless. I know I should be out there, talking up the film and giving Heath the last hurrah that he deserves but more often than not I just want to curl up and have a good cry.

He was a beautiful man and he deserved to have a long and beautiful life. The great big hole he has left in so many lives is evidence of how wonderful he was. I miss him.

I think I'll go and light a few candles and then pull myself together and give the Dr P bandwagon another push.

Bye for now.


 :\'( :\'( :\'( :\'( :\'(

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4817 on: May 25, 2009, 10:35 AM »
I don't often come to EJ although I've been a member forever, but this morning I felt the need to sneak in and just unload some of the weight in my heart. Bear with me, folks.

As Heathens go, I'm one of the older ones around, and my more maudlin moments I sometimes think that's a good thing because it means I'll probably head off into the next great adventure sooner than most other fans, and then - if I'm lucky - I might find out why Heath left us, find out what he's been up to, maybe even get to say hello again. Some days it gets that bad. Mostly I just miss him miss him miss him miss him.........

The premiering of Dr Parnassus this weekend has brought all the waves of sorrow crashing down upon me yet again. I feel directionless. I know I should be out there, talking up the film and giving Heath the last hurrah that he deserves but more often than not I just want to curl up and have a good cry.

He was a beautiful man and he deserved to have a long and beautiful life. The great big hole he has left in so many lives is evidence of how wonderful he was. I miss him.

I think I'll go and light a few candles and then pull myself together and give the Dr P bandwagon another push.

Bye for now.
:ghug: You're so right;he deserved to have a long and beautiful life.And we deserved to be selfish to enjoy all the good performances he could have given to us during this long life.But the only relief I have,in my personal case,is that he keeps on winning battles after his death,as some Medieval knights,even if he has lost the war for life.It's the same,he has won forever the battle of people's love;there's no death that can't avoid this. :\'( :\'( :\'(
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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4818 on: May 25, 2009, 12:53 PM »
I can't read those! You say it too beautifully... Sometimes I get a hard feeling that I can't take this... Then I come here and read those... Pain doesn't leave me, I bet it never does... But, as cruel it is, it really helps - to know I'm not alone... So many else are thinking same thoughts as me... Why, oh why he had to leave... I think it's the farthest thought... Like you guys said - he was so, so beautiful man and he'd definitely deserved a long and beautiful life. But we can't change what's happened, we can't never have him back... But it worms my heart, to know, I'm so not alone... What I'm trying to say... Thank you for sharing this horrible pain, without finding this amazing forum I could be much worse condition right now... I'm not saying this just to make you feel pride or something, I'm just telling how I feel right now... So, thank you.

And to Heath...
I miss you every day.
I hope we would have you back.
It's never gonna happen...
I miss you, darling,
more than ever.

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4819 on: May 25, 2009, 01:04 PM »
Heath gave us so much, it's time we give something back. Please read this:

http://ennisjack.com/index.php?topic=12652.msg932840#msg932840
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« Reply #4820 on: May 27, 2009, 01:13 AM »
I just feel like I have to get it out or I'm going to burst. I need to know that I'm not alone in this...

Today is the 22nd again... 16 months without our boy. and today his last movie, The Imaginarium Of Dr. Parnassus, is screened for the first time in Cannes festival.

Some people have already seen it this morning, more are going to watch it tonight. I'm sitting here, waiting anxiously for the reviews, and this waiting is nerve-wracking and I feel like I'm going to burst into tears any minute now. ok, I'll admit it, I'm already crying.

This is the last movie, Heath. That's it baby. There won't be any more. This is the last chance we'll ever get to see you on the big screen again in a new role. To hear you speak in your beautiful voice lines that we haven't heard before and sweep us off our feet into a new magical world. There will be interviews and press conferences, but you won't be there. There will be photos and we'll see Terry and Johnny and Jude and Colin and everybody else, and there'll be a big black hole where you were supposed to be. No one is able to fill that hole, no one.

...

Oh damn...  I know, I know.  This is almost too much to stand...  But so it is.  At least we all go through it together.

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4821 on: May 27, 2009, 01:17 AM »
:ghug: to Keren, Laura, Tammy, & all else that need it :)

Yes, it's his last acted in film, but I truly believe in the coming years, once his friends' & family's pain has transcended into a bearable numbness, we will start to see documentaries with him by his many friends.

Heath was an extremely creative soul, and he surrounded himself with similar people; filmmakers, artists, & actors that shared in his love for the entertainment industry. There are so many images of him with his friends and co-workers, all holding their own cameras, capturing what the were doing through their own eyes. These friends and family also have footage he shot himself, we've seen some through, "the Masses" and I think through the next couple years, more of their images, and more importantly, his images, will continue to be released to the public. I think it will be very surprising just how long it will be before we've ever seen the last of him....if that's even possible......it will probably be long after we are all also gone.

I was thinking this, too, and I sure do hope we'll see lots more of Heath that we haven't seen.

Have either of us mentioned here about being at Five Leaves?  When you said that surely Heath had been in that space, when they were planning on someplace to open a bar.  It gave me chills, to be there where he had been, and where his friends have continued on for him...

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4822 on: May 27, 2009, 01:19 AM »
I don't often come to EJ although I've been a member forever, but this morning I felt the need to sneak in and just unload some of the weight in my heart. Bear with me, folks.

As Heathens go, I'm one of the older ones around, and my more maudlin moments I sometimes think that's a good thing because it means I'll probably head off into the next great adventure sooner than most other fans, and then - if I'm lucky - I might find out why Heath left us, find out what he's been up to, maybe even get to say hello again. Some days it gets that bad. Mostly I just miss him miss him miss him miss him.........

The premiering of Dr Parnassus this weekend has brought all the waves of sorrow crashing down upon me yet again. I feel directionless. I know I should be out there, talking up the film and giving Heath the last hurrah that he deserves but more often than not I just want to curl up and have a good cry.

He was a beautiful man and he deserved to have a long and beautiful life. The great big hole he has left in so many lives is evidence of how wonderful he was. I miss him.

I think I'll go and light a few candles and then pull myself together and give the Dr P bandwagon another push.

Bye for now.

Glad you stopped by...and I'll be along with you, finding out, perhaps, sooner than most of the others here whence Heath has gone...

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4823 on: May 27, 2009, 10:52 AM »

Missing you is hard to do

I should have held your hand
When you told me to you know
I should have been more happy
For what I lost is so uncontrollably
I love you more
Then word can say
I miss you more and more
Each day
I think of you
And wish you were here
Making my tears
Disappear
Without you now
You must know
That know matter what I do
Or where I go
I will always think of you
In good times and in bad
You were there for me
When I needed a hand
You were there for me
When I needed to breath
Please wait for me
In heaven you see
For my day will come
If it does
And when it happens
Will you hold my hand
Will you see me too
Will I still be
The best to you
I will prove to myself
That I am the best I can be
And every time I think of you
I will make it through
Another day will pass you see
For the love,lust,and Happiness
You have brought to me
That can't change
No never too me

Brittany Ann Craddock



Ennis’s eyes gone bright with shock, mouth opening then closing again. “Love?” Ennis said finally, voice strangling in his throat.

Jack smiled sad. “Yeah, Ennis. Love.” Leaned forward and kissed Ennis’s temple, whispered, “What’d you think it was, all this time?”
("If I asked")
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Heathcliff Andrew Ledger (1979-2008)/Rajel Karen Ashkenazi (1986-2008)
You will be forever in my heart,friends.

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4824 on: May 29, 2009, 12:17 PM »
That's so beautiful mpj... Thanks for sharing it with us...  :\'(
Yeah, well I'm sick of beans.

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4825 on: May 30, 2009, 11:53 PM »






Remembering is more than memory

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that return as real as before
Loving that never ends

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that bring tears as well as joy
Sorrow is just preparing smiles to take root

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that real never go away
Loving is as natural as can be

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that bring smiles also bring tears
Sorrow waters the soil so flowers will bloom

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that strong cannot be hiddened nor ignored
Loving is to honor in words and in deed,
   ... as well as to never forget

Remembering is more than memory
   ... is loving you like this, always.
« Last Edit: May 31, 2009, 11:57 PM by lancecowboy »
Heath, you are loved, like this, always.

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4826 on: May 31, 2009, 11:53 PM »

Remembering is more than memory

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that return as real as before
Loving that never ends

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that bring tears as well as joy
Sorrow is just preparing smiles to take root

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that real never go away
Loving is a natural part of me

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that bring smiles also bring tears
Sorrow waters the soil so flowers will bloom

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that strong cannot be hiddened nor ignored
Loving is to honor in words and in deed,
   ... as well as to never forget

Remembering is more than memory
   ... is loving you like this, always.

So, so beautiful, Andrew...  Thank you.

kathy
They were respectful of each other's opinions, each glad to have a companion where none had been expected.

Offline LauraLovesLedger

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4827 on: Jun 01, 2009, 12:41 AM »






Remembering is more than memory

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that return as real as before
Loving that never ends

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that bring tears as well as joy
Sorrow is just preparing smiles to take root

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that real never go away
Loving is as natural as can be

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that bring smiles also bring tears
Sorrow waters the soil so flowers will bloom

Remembering is more than memory
Feelings that strong cannot be hiddened nor ignored
Loving is to honor in words and in deed,
   ... as well as to never forget

Remembering is more than memory
   ... is loving you like this, always.

Like Kathy said: so, so beautiful.  Thanks, Andrew.   :ghug:

I have always particularly loved peering-into-the-heavens-Ennis, too.  And it just matches this lovely poem so beautifully...

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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4828 on: Jun 01, 2009, 12:43 AM »

Missing you is hard to do

I should have held your hand
When you told me to you know
I should have been more happy
For what I lost is so uncontrollably
I love you more
Then word can say
I miss you more and more
Each day
I think of you
And wish you were here
Making my tears
Disappear
Without you now
You must know
That know matter what I do
Or where I go
I will always think of you
In good times and in bad
You were there for me
When I needed a hand
You were there for me
When I needed to breath
Please wait for me
In heaven you see
For my day will come
If it does
And when it happens
Will you hold my hand
Will you see me too
Will I still be
The best to you
I will prove to myself
That I am the best I can be
And every time I think of you
I will make it through
Another day will pass you see
For the love,lust,and Happiness
You have brought to me
That can't change
No never too me

Brittany Ann Craddock


((((Alicia))))  Thank you.   :ghug:


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Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Reply #4829 on: Jun 02, 2009, 11:42 AM »
You're welcome,dear Laura ¡  ^f^
Ennis’s eyes gone bright with shock, mouth opening then closing again. “Love?” Ennis said finally, voice strangling in his throat.

Jack smiled sad. “Yeah, Ennis. Love.” Leaned forward and kissed Ennis’s temple, whispered, “What’d you think it was, all this time?”
("If I asked")
                         ----------------
Heathcliff Andrew Ledger (1979-2008)/Rajel Karen Ashkenazi (1986-2008)
You will be forever in my heart,friends.