Thursday, June 25, 2009

Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson...gone too soon.

A Sad Good-Bye...and Dedication...

Two Souls above

Flying with wings

So strong

and brave

with Love...

Flying with wings

that Whisper

of all your Beauty

that touches the sky

as Heaven Sings...

May your Angels greet you with open arms on the other side.

Love, Rhi

Written by Rhiannon June 25th, 2009


Lydia said...

So very touching, Rhi. I hope they "know."

Carolyn said...

That's just as touching as if you'd left a tribute gift at those sites in CA, Rhi. Very shocking about MJ! Poor guy, I really loved his music, he was a giant talent! So many memories come back to me when I hear his songs. And Farrah was just so beautiful. Really loved her in Charlies Angels and The Burning Bed was a favorite movie, although stirring to watch. Did you see her recent documentary on her cancer? Quite touching also. I cried as I watched it but I thought she was so brave to show her sickness, all the swelling and her face even during times when she looked truly horrible from the chemo.

At least they are both at peace at now.

goatman said...

I cannot say that I ever cared for his music but Michael deserved better understanding and help from those around him. Seems he devolved into superficial looks and presentation. I had hoped that he would see that the inner life is more important. Maybe next time??

Rhiannon said...

I think that we all are going to be hearing more "things" about Michael Jackson more "truths" now that he is gone..and I've got a gut feeling that he is not the kind of "weirdo" so much as so man thought.

I believe his medical problems were medical issues we don't quite understand much yet these days..but we will in the future...maybe because of Michael J.

I always felt many misjudged his character and had a lot of false preconceived misconceptions. I think we all will be amazed as time goes on.

We'll see...

Life is short..let's all remember that and go for what makes us more happy in our lives.



Rhiannon said...

P.S. I hope that Ryan O'neal will make it through all this. He's gone through so many rough times throughout his life..and now his soulmate is gone from another life..and his son is in prison.

May all Ryan's guardian angels be around him at this time and be with him throughout his grieving..may they hold him up and comfort him with their tender mercies and give him the strength to continue on in this lifetime.

He stayed with Farrah and was totally there until the this is what I call true blue soul mates..the good the bad and the ugly..doesn't matter..the love was and is still there "always"..and I really love that because that is a true "Love Story" indeed.

Bawstongirl2010 said...

i am feeling the shift in the universe today...

very well said, rhi. very well said.

Lisa Allender said...

It is shocking that they both passed on the same day. I don't know what, if anything, that may mean(cosmically speaking), but it is eerie.

~Just me again~ said...

That was beautiful. They are in a much better place now, no more pain.

Kylita said...

Hi Rhi ... wasn't sure if this was a good place to write you or if your email is good also ... with your new computer, etc. Got your post on my blog ... yes, the artwork is hanging over the stove, got at Salv Army for the frame but then Jeff and his buddy liked the "Joker" and it IS a great piece. I wanted to put my waterlily photo in it, though. I am a Joker, ha ha!
Your recent experience with "family values" guy sounds amusing! Glad you stand your ground (liked the rolling eyes part ;o) Keep me informed of your adventures out there evolving!
I know what you mean about burning out quicker lately ... I had to take a 2+ hr nap this evening as it was hard to breathe most the day. Feel like my sails are sailing at half mast -pffffft!
Let me know re: the email, OK?
I also feel sad about Farrah and Michael J ... but my thought is that they no longer have to suffer in this world that can be harsh. My ex-husb Billy called but we couldn't speak much ... he told me his blue cross said he's no longer covered and his hospice is $160 a day, not counting 24 hr oxygen. His wife also hasn't worked on disability for 6 mos. We joked about not breathing together ... gotta have a sense of humor. I told him not to die before I talked to him again or I'd kick his ass. His BD is 2-12-51, yes, Yr of the Cat/Rabbit like we are. We have joked pretty insanely, but also know underneath it all is a deep concern.
SisSTAR Kylita

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

How are you doing???

Thanks for your last comment! what a compliment!!!

It seems my e-mail-system is quite messed up. you can now see another e-mail in my profile, starting with Calec... try that one it should work! Hopefully!!!

If you still have the mail taht didn't come through, try and send it to this adress I would love to read it!

I like you silent-shore-post and the beautiful picture and your father's day-post was spot on!!!
But don't have the wish to forget or erase. Done is done, You have to see it as it is, only THEN will it disappear.
But taht really does work! As soon as you see it exactly how it was, with all the details aound it, you will understand and then all the pain does finanly disappear!

sad about farrah Fawcett and Michael jackson... but that's whta happens when you trust the doctors... and don't do what you know to be right, in spite of it not being the popular road. really sad, it had to end this way for both of them!

how are you doing in your new surroundings? Still enjoying a candle-light-bath?

here's what's been going on recently on my blogs:

and our mid.-summer's-celebration:

love, Sarah Sofia

monkey bear said...

Love your collage Rhi just beautiful...Remember the cool heart with my son and his wife wedding pic kissing that you made well I came across it at their recent anniversary and surprised them with it again they thought it was sooo cool...

David E. Patton said...

thank you so much for your kind words and sticking with my site. Its kind people like yourself that keep me writing

Muhd Imran said...

These are beautiful people that inspired others. Yes, gone too soon.

May their Angels greet then with open arms.

Ardi K said...

Very nice, Rhi. You've got the poet's touch. Thanks for visiting my blog again.