Tribe member, Christopher Ramirez   (I’M CHRISTIAN) sent me this last week.  

I found this article on Yahoo News the other day.  It is such a great story of how our acts of remembering/celebrating the ones who have left this world are seen by and impact others. 
I thought it was such a sweet gesture from a total stranger.

Mum Stunned to Find Poem From Stranger Tacked to Memorial for Her Daughter

Rebecca Green (1983-1996)
Sharon “Mum” Green and daughter Emma

Thank you, Chris, for this share.  The waves and ripples from the loss of someone we deeply love travels farther than we can imagine and affects others-even those we’d consider total strangers-in myriad of ways.   This is an excellent lesson and reminder we are NEVER alone with our grief.  

Peter Fearnley

The poet is a Brit, Pete Fearnley, who is also a singer-songwriter.  Here’s a link to Pete singing his heartfelt tribute to Rebecca Green.  I hear some early Lennon-McCartney.

One response to “FLOWERS ON THE RAILINGS”

  1. AvatarDeb Sulkowski says:

    I would like to Thank Peter Fernley for writing a beautiful song Flowers on the Railing as a tribute to my Cousin Sharon and Emma losing her sister such a young age at 13 you have touched my heart Thank you for meeting both Sharon and Emma in person on Good Morning Britain with Piers Morgan hope one day and if l can fly from Ontario Canada to see my Family in Sheffield l will also stop where Sharon personally leave something special for Peter on the Railing for Sharon to place the same time she places flowers in January not only the day Becky lost her life its also the same day my Aunt Sheila passsed away and Aunty Freda different years January 21 holds deep sorrow and memories in Our family Hearts

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