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« on: April 18, 2008, 06:18:17 am »

Hecates - Rebecca Pavey

Nov. 16, 1956 - May 3, 2005
Tapestry Dreams

A True Diamond

This fine diamond
Your signature
So true
Words of delight
Shared by
A great Poet
That was

© Joseph Scott Morris

For Heccie

Though my heart is breaking
Only memories of your lovely smile,
And everywhere I go I’ll be taking
The remembrance, locked all the while.

And as the sadness overtakes me
While the tears fill my eyes,
Of dreams that will ever beguile me
And live forever through your smile.

And I’ll always remember
Never through my life will forget,
Your sweet voice last December
All I have of you, mixed with regret.

And though God, stepped in to part
Before fates path brought me to you,
I know the door you’ve opened dear heart
I’ll find a vacant chair left for me near you.

© 2005 Richard Taylor

We close our eyes
Bow our heads
In commemoration
Showered our minds
With pictures and quips
Special expressions
Filling our hearts…
A woman undefined

She …
Waved and curtsied
With a flourish
And undeniable grace
Picked up our spirits
With sincerity and composure
Fulfilling mythical moments
Within magical belief

Her credence and love
Has touched us all
Within her unique words
That brought a smile
Posting a depiction
To our boundless words
Flowering our minds
With her talented verse

Soaring unto spirits
Where she will reside
Looking upon us
With truest of pride
We bow our heads
In deepest
To Hecate
Our Poetess
In forever verse
© 2005 Kimmy Jean

Beloved Heart Sister

My heart is awash with crimson tears
at the loss of my earthly
beloved heart sister

My heart is filled with unfathomable joy
at having known my sweet
beloved heart sister


The heavens were lowered
to take back
a beautiful Angel's soul


One day we will sit in a garden
Drinking heavenly tea, enjoying
Cozy lil gal hugs, nose rubs
Giggles and forehead touches


Profoundly you touched my life
with our minky links
beloved heart sister

My soul is filled with hopeful prayer
for those you left behind
beloved heart sister


How blessed we are to have known you.
Becca, I shall miss you
cherish the memory of you
for all my days on this earth,
until we meet in that garden.

My deepest sympathy to Gordon, the rest of the family Corinna and BigSigh.
You are held gently in my prayers.


© 2005 amb
Heccie of the floppy hat

Your poem
with yearning
just as the intoxicating fragrance of lavender
or the woozy aroma of the gardenia

Words . . . yours
still to be heard
escaping from the lips
of young girls
whose lovers bring
chocolates and sweet valentines

Your smile
forever seen
in the dazzle of birthday balloons
or serene
in the moonbeam's shine upon a lazy pond

Love . . . like yours
as the taste
of mountain water
rescuing the parched tongue
or a rare Red Bordeaux
poured only for the gentlest of ladies

Your friendship
always felt
a touch
soft as a kitten
pressed against our cheek
yet as furious as a tempest

like God's hand
everlastingly against our back

Heccie of the floppy hat
your memory
held preciously
in my heart
© 2005 Jeanne Rene 
 My deepest sympathy and prayers to all of Rebecca's family.. with love, Jeanne

Note: This tribute is brought forward from: a prior published page at NAI.
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« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2008, 04:41:31 pm »

Thank you Joe for reposting this tribute.  Excellent work.

hugs friend, Marie Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2008, 01:37:50 pm »

Heart-felt poetries. I'm sure this is a collection of poetries to remember. I like very much all descriptions made.
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« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2008, 02:12:27 am »


What a privilege it was to have known Heccie ... I wish it could have been longer. 

It was a surprise to see this post again and to reread the tribute after such a long time passing, but it was a reminder of how we each touch one another lives in a very special way.

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