07 May, 2008
Flowers in hand & a prayer in my heart for all dear departed.
As you watch us from the skies ,help us overcome the pain.
With a prayer in my heart and a smile in my soul, I think of you, flowers I place for thee.
Joan Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
22 December, 2007
Thinking of all our angels at Christmas time. Peace on Earth! Joan xxx
"rita webber" (email@example.com)
08 April, 2007
Happy Easter, to all our shining stars
You are not forgotten loved ones
Nor will you ever be
As long as life and memories last,
We will remember thee.
10 May, 2006
I would like to leave flowers for all the people that have been murdered this past year In memory of my sister Shirley M. Reine 08/08/53 - 05/09/05
"rita webber" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
16 April, 2006
Some Easter Lilly's to all,
From the Tree of life, each leaf must fall.
The green, the gold, the great, the small;
Each one in God's own time,
He'll call with perfect love, he gathers all.
24 December, 2005
You are not forgotten loved ones, nor will you ever be.
As long as life and memory last, we will remember thee.
Peace on Earth
29 July, 2005
I would like to leave flowers for all the people in the world that have been murdered, in memory of my sister that was discovered murder on May 10, 2005
"rita webber" (email@example.com)
27 March, 2005
To all our Angels in Heaven, Happy Easter. You are not forgotten nor will you ever be, as long as life and memory last, we will remember thee. Rita
24 December, 2004
Merry Christmas in Heaven. You are our shining Stars in Heaven. our precious Angels with golden Wings. Your memories will never be forgotten.
"Robin Slater" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
27 October, 2004
I would like to leave flowers for a child who lies nameless in the Ivy Hill Cemetary in Philadelphia. In 1957 this young boy was found, left nude in a cardboard box, in what was then a dumping grounds. Almost 50 years have passed and no one has ever come forward to identify this boy. A child between 4-6 years old. Someone beat him to death and then threw him away. No child deserves to suffer the abuse he endured. No child deserves to die at the hands of the person trusted to care for him. No child deserves to be left without any identity in a dump. I am sorry sweet boy, that you did not experience the love you deserved in life. I would have loved you.
11 April, 2004
Happy Easter to all our dear departed. Our loved ones live in memory so close in so many ways, Memory has a magic way of keeping loved ones near; ever close in mind and heart are the ones we hold most dear. In memory, Rita.
"Judy Braughton" (email@example.com)
16 October, 2003
For those dearly missed on this earth, we give thanks for the blessing of knowing you, and for the gift of your time with us. For those loved ones, and those currently unknown to us, we look forward to meeting you when our times come to travel onward.
04 October, 2003
We cherish the memory of all those gone before us. They live on in memory's sweet kiss. Their spirits live on and their love survives in our hearts. We feel their presence in the small sudden occurences of daily life. They have not lived in vain. We know that they have merely transitioned to a better place, as a butterfly emerges from its cocoon. My Sincere Respects, Carol Voeks
19 April, 2003
I'm leaving a bouquet of Easter Lillies for all that departed from us, this Website is a big comfort to me, it is keeping all of our loved ones alive. Good Job. Rita
13 April, 2003
I leave flowers for everyone who has passed away suddenly and for those who are left behind to try and understand. This is a wonderful website to keep your loved ones alive and to be able to visit as often as you wish. I get comfort from coming here.
Margaret Vancouver, Canada
14 February, 2003
Happy Valentine to all our beloved Souls they are in our Hearts and will never be forgotten. I am leaving Hearts and a bouquet of Forget-me-not for all.
"victor rodrigues" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
15 January, 2003
Would like to send some flowers for all those that we have loved one day and are still with us in our hearts and minds victor
"Maria Arnold" (email@example.com)
26 June, 2002
I cannot tell you how touched I was reading about all the suicides. I was drawn to this site as my son committed suicide in February 2000 I would like to leave flowers for all those tormented souls who thought that this was their only way out. I like all the mums will never ever get over the pain of a lost child.
"Maria Helleberg" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
11 January, 2002
Please leaver flowers for ALL - they were all special, all missed by dear ones - they were all precious!
Love and hugs!
Barbara Mills (email@example.com)
23 October, 2001
Please place flowers on all of the graves. in memory of my dad who passed away 11 months ago today. november 23, 2001 will be one year and it hurts so bad. to anyone who has lost loved ones, you are in my prayers. I MISS YOU DADDY!! I LOVE YOU!! barbara
"Jill Belina" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
15 October, 2001
May all your heart be hugged. Know that your tears are shared even by strangers. May your loved ones rest in peace and may all of you enjoy the sunshine on your faces. Know that your loved ones live on. Jill
02 April, 2001
I leave the most beautiful flower for everyone here, I hope they will have good new life. They are not alone in another world, in fact they still live on the net forever, their life keep going just changed different way. Welcome back to our world in the future!!! 5/Apr is the qingming festival for Chinese, it is a memorial day for passed away people, I wish everyone (LEFT THE REAL WORLD ): MY FATHER :Zhou jin sheng(1938-1999,cancer) My Father-in-law :Li jing cai(1927-1998, cancer) my grandfather. my grandmother, every known or unknown people....have a good new life!!! I miss you dady!
"Marty Lund" (email@example.com)
03 February, 2001
I leave flowers for all the dear departed who are memorialized here, and for these beautiful people who will always be remembered: my father Alfred Norman Lund, my mother Gladys Irene (Hawkins) Lund, my father-in-law Joseph Van Snellenberg amd my wife Heidi Henry-Lund. Marty Lund Vancouver, BC Canada
"Aaron Purcell" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
16 April, 2000
I was searching the web as I am conducting a teen suicide program in the local schools. I stumbled across this site and am overwhelmed. I hope I can make an impact in these children's lives so as to prevent the pain and loss you have encountered. I leave daisies to all of the memorials, so the parents can go on with their lives. Good luck.
"john and janie jones" (email@example.com)
07 March, 2000
I stumbled upon this site today... and now with tears streaming down my face I can hardly see to type the words that I have in my heart for those of us that have lost loved ones. Today I leave flowers for all of those that we have loved. For my daddy and momma, my two sisters and my brother. I will see you all again someday in heaven. I love you all. For my husband's father and mother, he misses you both so much... we leave you both all the flowers that were yet to be grown by her in her most extraordinary way of growing them. The hurt never goes away. All our love John and Janie
19 October, 1999
What a wonderful way to express your grief and sorrow, and be able to revisit the memorials of your loved ones that have departed. To all that have suffered the loss of a loved one, my sincerest condolences, but may you find some comfort in knowing that your loved ones are at peace and are watching over us. I too have suffered the loss of lots of friends (young and old); nobody can fathom the suffering and grief one feels. So to all that have left a memorial for friends and relatives, sons or daughters, my heart goes out to you all
Rest in eternal peace,
Luke Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
29 July, 1999
For two and a half months after my mumma died, I maintained an eerie composure. Today it crumbled. I was crying before I found this site and I was bawling as I read the messages. Now, I feel warm and a little comforted as I leave an open armful of freshly picked forget-me-nots on each memorial. To Estelle Margaret Duffy, my mumma, I leave my heart. I miss you. I love you. Danielle
Monica Bruce (email@example.com)
12 June, 1999
What a touching tribute. Remember the dash in between the dates when visiting a lost loved one. The dash represents all the memories, all the wonderful times. The dash that helps us go on. The dash that keeps that special place in our hearts. Monica.
Lynne Helps (LHelps@compuserve.com)
17 April, 1999
I'm leaving a small boquet of forget-me-nots and some lily of the valley for all those remembered here. I think you have to have lost someone dear to fully appreciate a site like this one. I'm so glad to know that all of those here will be remembered in this place and honoured by those they loved.
God forgive me if I ask why
Thorns live on and roses die.
Regards to all.......Lynne
Victor Rodrigues (firstname.lastname@example.org)
17 April, 1999
como um dos poucos brasileiros deste cemiterio deixo minhas flores como solidariedade. sao paulo, 17/04/99
01 April, 1999
un fiore per tutti quei ragazzi a cui l'AIDS ha portato via per sempre il sorriso nella speranza che presto lo si possa guarire monica
"Battisti & Vigna" (email@example.com)
05 March, 1999
Curiosando per il cimitero virtuale non potevamo non lasciare un fiore a tutti quelli che solo fisicamente non ci sono più! Esprimendo poi una modesta opinione abbiamo trovato l'idea del "cimitero virtuale" molto positiva perchè permette a noi ancora in vita di conoscere ed apprezzare piccole e grandi gesta di persone che seppure sconosciute in qualche modo ci aiutano e fanno riflettere su quanto ancora possiamo e dobbiamo fare.
05 March, 1999
I am sending these flowers from Russia for all people this cemetery. I am loving their. Jane
06 February, 1999
un fiore per chi non è più
Linda Curtis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
6 July, 1998
To all who have lost loved ones be they young or older, one thing we all have in common is the memories we have shared and will remember. This is a beautiful tribute and a needed place to come to.
6 July, 1998
This is incredible. I was so overwhelmed with emotion while visiting this place although it saddened me to see that alot of memorials had no flowers or visitors in a very long time. I want to send flowers to all and I will definately be back when I can. May the Angels be with us all. Take care & God bless
KAORI OTANI (email@example.com)
31 May, 1998
This is the flowers from JAPAN. Im 32, but many of my friend had left, most of them killed themselves. Because of my mental difficalty, life is too hard to keep on, but I will survive till times up. My first name KAORI means SCENTS, like my flowers those to leave for you all have. Sleep well.......
23 April, 1998
What a beautiful place. May all those who have lost loved ones remember their smiles, hugs, laughter, care, sacrifices, guidance and love and find peace in those memories. I was going to leave the names of my loved ones who have passed, but suddenly and sadly find there are too many to mention. May they all know how much they were loved, admired, cherished, and forgiven. Laurie
07 April, 1998
Le persone non muoiono, restano incantate.
Jim Mattix (firstname.lastname@example.org)
01 April, 1998
To All: A lovely and fitting memorial for all, and an opportunity for survivors to have a direct, ongoing role in a living memorial. Lovely.
30 March, 1998
I leave flowers, all the flowers of spring, the smells the hopes and prayers for all the people interred here and their families.
Trish Jackson (email@example.com)
26 March, 1998
These flowers are for everyone, but especially for Mothers who have lost daughters. Today especially my sister Thelma, her daughter Sharon passed away today 25th March 1998. We are all aware of Anorexia and other ailments like this one but what about the other side, Sharon was such a pretty girl, too young to die.
Polly I will remember the days we spent together.
Love you always
18 March, 1998
There are many questions left unanswered, maybe one day I will know. These flowers are for all the Daughters who have lost their 'DADS' whether good or bad. WE LOVED YOU THEN, WE LOVE YOU STILL. Your Daughter, Son-in-law and 8 great grandchildren you never knew. WILLIAM HENRY BOURNES b 1909 Father of Trish
Paul and Kathleen Mattson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
15 March, 1998
Today, March 15, 1998 I think I finally discovered my biological birth grandmother via the internet. She died April of 1958, so for her I leave my thoughts, prayers and flowers. To Dorothy Burleson with love from your granddaughter, Mary Katherine Lloyd
BARBARA A MOORE (BARBMOORE@prodigy.net)
10 March, 1998
Flowers for all grandparents
To know the emptiness many feel of the questions unanswered, the clues to the past remembered, and the yearning to know information once shared by these dear souls, I bring these flowers. May we all realize the peace of love they left behind, and know their spirits are near. Share their blessings with our own grandchildren, thereby letting our loved ones go on forever.
Gian Paolo Coppola (email@example.com)
7 March, 1998
I surfed into this site just for a curiosity, but now I feel a great commotion. I remember all my deads, and I ask my grandpas and granma to watch over me. If you can, read I sepolcri, by the Italian poet Ugo Foscolo.
Matthias Zimmermann (Matthias.Zimmermann@siemens.at)
6 March, 1998
Eine neue Form des Gedenkens - mögen sie in Frieden ruhen. May they rest in peace.
Greetings from Austria
2 March, 1998
The people we love are like pillars that support the roof that is our lives. When we lose them to death our whole life changes. We look around us at our loved ones and unconciously choose others to take their place for: emotional and/or physical support. This is not being disrespectful to the dead rather it shows how much we needed them in our life. I leave roses; darkest red, soft yellow and purest white, sweetly fragrant, covered in morning dew for all I loved and those I never knew.
Staci L Poisson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
19 February, 1998
I would like to leave flowers for everyone in this cemetery. It is such a beautiful place to be remembered.
tom lesher ("email@example.com")
15 February, 1998
i leave flowers to all who have passed to bring remembrance to the life they lived. may they all rest in gods loving arms.
1 January, 1998
These flowers got to all the broken hearts around the world who will forever carry the burden of the loss of a loved one. There is no pain such as the one we feel inside, nor the equal of the emptiness. We all must cherish those close to us whom are alive now, so we will not feel the regretful guilt in their deaths.
SECRET'S MOM AND DAD (g.c.c.@ix23.ix.netcom.com)
06 December, 1997
My wife and I found this site and are touched by it because we ourselves lost our daughter, she was still born. As hard as it was to stay at the site it was just as hard to leave it. Lessons we all learn from the people we have lost is say what you need to say today. And for those of you who see this and have not lost a loved one, hold your children a little tighter, tell them you love them a few more times a day because its these thing we cannot do too much and we all miss them when theyre gone.
Geoffrey H.S. Elliott;TD. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
6 December, 1997
A token at the gate.
I browsed with the intention of entering my sons details but am so touched by the few memorials and flowers that I have been able to read that my task must be put off to another day. My heart goes out to all people who have lost a loved one. May you find hope and comfort in this token of my appreciation for the time you take to remember those loved ones.
Vanina Grisel Cisneros (email@example.com)
08 October, 1997
Saludos desde Argentina.
Ruth McAlister (firstname.lastname@example.org)
04 October, 1997
May the pain of loosing your loved one dim with the passing of each day and all the happy times fill your heart and mind.
30 June 1997
Tomorrow will mark 4 1/2 years since my mothers passing. Ive looked through these pages of days past, feeling the same as everyone whos visited. I pray peace and good will towards those of us left behind until we see our loved ones again.
Rui Dick (email@example.com)
April 7, 1997
Rest in peace. Flowers from Brazil.
Ornella Sperandeo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
31 Mar 1997
L' eterno riposo dona a loro o Signore adesso e nell' ora della nostra morte.
Rodolfo Speicher Mujica (email@example.com)
22 Mar 1997
Que no sea inmortal, puesto que es llama mas que sea infinita mientras dure
Sat, 07 Dec 1996
This site is strangely moving... that one of the unanticipated uses for electronic communications has turned out to be a digital columbarum is, to me, quintessentially human. I would like to leave some electronic flowers to the memory of all those who are memorialized here, as well as to the living who have made these memories possible.
The Finch Family (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 02 Dec 1996
I stumbled onto this loving tribute to loved ones. What a wonderful way to honor those who have had an impact on our lives. I respectfully thank all those who took the time to share their special person. It is a statement of the person you lost and of you -- how special you are!
Maria Ekstrand (email@example.com)
Tue, 26 Nov 1996
On the anniversary of my father's leaving, I'd like to leave lots of
beautiful, colorful wild flowers, picked from a Swedish summer meadow.
May they help those of us who are left behind remember all the positive
aspects of our relationships with our lost ones.
Take care, Maria
Linda Rickson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 18 Sep 1996
Would just like to leave flowers from South Africa.
Love, Linda Rickson
Pamela Coristine (email@example.com)
Tue, 27 Aug 1996
Of all our common experiences death and grief are the least talked of and often the most feared. Thank you for giving us all a place to share our grief and to face our fear.
Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada
Yvette Cramer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 20 Sep 1996
Its wonderful to be on a place where the dead are remembered with loving and comforting words, where we can muse about our loved ones and think about the live after.
Katja Hallit (email@example.com)
Sat, 05 Oct 1996
Just want to let you know that I think this is a great way for a lot of people to express their emotions. My thoughts are with everyone who have lost someone dear.
Benet Vision (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 07 Oct 1996
For the beloved dead and for those who survive them, lonely, weary and always aware of blessings now gone. JDC
Tue, 22 Oct 1996
Rest in peace.
Ruics and Hypo
MG Marmi (email@example.com)
Tue, 22 Oct 1996
Con simpatia e cordialita'
Rob Hecht (HECHTR@wpgate1.wpafb.af.mil)
Fri, 25 Oct 1996
May those who have gone before us rest in peace and those still living faced with the loss of a loved one find comfort. My deepest sympathies.
Wed, 27 Mar 1996
Just a note to say what a beautiful idea the cemetary is.
Thanks to all who let us share some of your memories
of these loved ones.
David, Wanda, and Elizabeth
Sheila Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 28 Jan 96
Flowers for the living and for those who have "passed" from us to a finer place.
I had a brother once. I had a sister once. I know the pain of loss. I can feel for all of you left behind. That, I think, is the hardest thing to deal with. I wish anyone suffering that loss right now, in the future, or the past to know...remembering the good times and forgetting the bad will bring you through this pain. Find the laugh you liked so much and remember that, find the smile, the sun in the hair, the humor that always made you smile, the way you could always depend on that person. If you can do that than you have not "lost" that person, they are only a short journey away and you will be together again when you make that journey to them. Life is too precious to waste grieving for someone who would not want you to grieve. I apologize if I have affended anyone with my observations, I just wanted to say the things I would have liked to have known when I was in my own deep pain.
Georg R Douglas (email@example.com)
Mon, 16 Oct 95
Rest in Peace.Greetings from Iceland.
David Janse (DJanse@ix.netcom.com)
Tue, 10 Oct 95
Thank you for providing a nice, quite way to express the the solitude and understanding that a few of us on the NET have for those that have passed. From all that I have seen and read, I wish I could have been there for the families. May God bless and keep you all. I wish that more people would understand.....
Wed, 27 Sep 95
Flowers of Light are being left here for the living.
Those left behind are the needy recipients of our love and understanding.
Those that have departed this dimension are now in perfect harmony with all.
Peace be with you.
Fred Galati (Galati@webster.ch)
Thu, 21 Sep 95
My most beautiful flowers for everyone who has suffered before dying. Peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding.
Assistant to the Chair of Computer Studies
Student in Computer Science
Webster University in Geneva
T. Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 17 Jul 1995
Susanne Crambert (email@example.com)
Sat, 15 Jul 1995
Rest in Peace.
Sat, 15 Jul 1995
Subject: flowers for W.H. Ross
No message text.
Ms. A. Jackson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 13 Jul 1995
Subject: flowers for Victor Bombardieri and Sammy Lewis
No message text.
Jane Shoemaker (email@example.com)
Thu, 29 Jun 95
Roses, lilies, daisies, irises. Sunrises, birdsongs, wind in the trees, rain falling. Sunsets. Roses, and more roses.
Wayne FitzSimons (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 27 Jun 95
A beautiful tribute. Wayne FitzSimons - Melbourne Australia
Peter Faase (email@example.com)
Sun, 25 Jun 95
Subject: flowers for Bombardieri Victor_Joseph
You where too young to die of a disease we can't control.
Thu, 22 Jun 95
We like to leave flowers: Brenda and Titus, Amsterdam
Sun, 18 Jun 1995
A bouquet of yellow roses, always fresh.
Diane M. Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 15 Jun 95
Subject: Flowers for Johanna Brauer
What a lovely way to remember someone, by including their artwork. I was deeply moved by both the Brauer memorials.
Yutaka FUJIMORI (email@example.com)
Wed, 14 Jun 95
Subject: flowers for all buried people
I would like to send flowers for the peace of departed souls.
Silver Gentile (Silver.Gentile@vol.it)
Fri, 9 Jun 95
Subject: Flowers for Gerald Edward Paige
From Rome (Italy) with tenderness!
At god .....Silver and Francy Gentile
Kimberly Schwank (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 6 Jun 1995
Subject: Your dear mother (Johanna Brauer)
I enjoyed reading the memorials which you have left for your parents, and can appreciate your love for the south of Germany. I recently was able to visit relatives of mine in Oberstdorf, and fell irretrievably in love with the land and the people. Thank you for sharing a bit of yourself and the lives of your parents with this American.
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