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~ The Princess Diana Memorial Pages ~

Princess Diana

1961 ~ 1997

Diana, Princess of Wales, her companion Dodi Al Fayed and their driver were killed in the early hours of Sunday, 31 August 1997. The People's Princess was 36 and leaves behind two young Princes, William and Harry.

So far LondonNet has received hundreds of messages of condolence since The Princess's tragic death.

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Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 01:51:39 -0600

From: Michael Withers <[email protected]>

Subject: Will Her Message be Forgotten ?

To make a understatement it has been a very sad week, the world has lost a very fine Lady,person,Mother,Human Being. Here is a Lady that I think was one of the strongest persons the world had the privlige to get to know. She lived a life under a microscope with enormous pressures that most regular people would have folded under. She did it with grace & class. Some people would most likely point out a couple of her bad times, but lets not forget that above all she was a human being.

Here was a Lady that championed the causes of the under dogs of this world. It wasn't the simple fact that she fought for the under dog but it was the fact that you really believed her sincerity, & you never doubted it. The world is pouring out it's grief & rightly so, but what is

going to happen when the funeral is over? Who is going to remember her message of compassion for the less fortunates of the world?

In this day & age of outright cruelness here was an example of how the world could be. So she was a role model not just for little girls, but for the whole world.Is there going to be a fund started in Princess Di's name,which will be used to carry on her heart felt cause? I hope so, lets not let Princess Di's "LIFE" be in vain.

My heart felt sympathy's go out to Princess Di's Family and loved ones,as well as to the families of the other victims of the crash. We will miss you Princess Di may your soul be peaceful ! Respectfully:M.C.Withers.

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 01:16:20 -0600

From: Robert and Corneliek Demeter <[email protected]>

To Princes William and Harry,

Our deepest condolences go out to you. We were deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Although we never met your mother, we feel we knew her well, she meant a great deal to us. We hope all the outpouring off grief around the world will ease your pain a little.

Robert, Corneliek, Robyn, Sara, and Darby Demeter, Tofield, Alberta, Canada.

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 08:51:58 +0200

From: Paul Jenner <[email protected]>

Subject: Condolences

Diana - A wonderful mother, a loving, compassionate and caring woman, beloved by all. Through your love and understanding you inspired millions. You will always be in our hearts. Rest in eternal peace and happiness in Heaven. Dear, sweet Princess! From Laura, Zoe, John and Bethany (4 months).

 

From: "Lisa P. Hernandez" <[email protected]>

Subject: Our sincere condolences

Date: Wed, 3 Sep 1997 21:16:11 +0800

We honestly don't know who would read this letter for the family of Princess Diana. Anyway, we would just like to express our sympathy to them.

Laureen Pangan, Philippines

 

Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 02:46:09 -0400 (EDT)

From: [email protected]

Subject: PETALS IN THE RAIN (poem of Diana to her sons)

A poem for Diana's sons and the rest of the world.

PETALS IN THE RAIN (poem)

The tears, the pain, the hollowness,

now abounds us all.

Our hearts are torn asunder, our days are filled with grief.

How can we apologize?, we really must repeat.

What are we to say? What are we to do?

Can this really be the end? Won't she see us through?

Put aside the anger, wash away the grief,

for now we must respect her, her life was much too brief.

Our hearts are as one in the sorrowful passing,

of this our Queen of Hearts.

The homage we now pay is but

a pitance as she departs.

Our sweet young glimmer of hope,

has nurtured it all before.

In her romantic dream she sees,

love as an open door.

Will the little children,

come and wave farewell?

She really would have liked that,

knowing her so well.

Our lady of the world was bright,

her smile deep and pure.

Can we kiss you one more time,

as we bid ado?

The boys must really know by now,

what she meant to us.

Take strength, and joy, and happiness

and march on to a lasting trust.

A trust your mother has enscribed,

of peace and love and beauty.

We wish you all the best in life,

and have our deepest pity.

Please remember that your mom,

a woman of great beauty,

has like the flowers of the field,

bloomed in every city.

Won't you stop and smell a rose?,

It's really quite divine.

But then again my fair haired boys,

youv'e had one all the time.

Please be cautious of the petals,

as they are so fragile,

A touch, a breath, a movement too strong,

and they all unravel.

Oh sweet dear Diana,

a flower to us all,

on life's wide open plain.

Your beauty was so frail,

like petals in the rain.

We stand in utter silence,

nothing can be heard,

as she passes one last time,

our eyes are left to burn.

The tears will fill the streets of London,

dare I say the world!

Oh sweet love to all of us,

will we ever learn?

Richard E. J. Driskill, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States of America

 

Date: Fri, 06 Sep 1996 14:24:02 +0800

From: Theo & Arlene Reginaldo <[email protected]>

Subject: deepest sympathies

Our heartfelt sympathies to the sons left by an incredible woman..she will remain in our hearts forever and will never cease to continue praying for her and to comfort the future king William and his brother Harry.

Theo and Arlene Reginaldo, Philippines

 

From: "RAJAN B" <[email protected]>

Subject: Diana the Queen of Hearts

Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 11:01:04 +0530

The World has become poorer with the untimely demise of Diana the Princess of Wales. We are very sad and shocked with her death.We pray God to give courage to her children and family to overcome this situation.

MAY HER BLESSED SOUL REST IN PEACE, LAKSHMI & RAJAN=20

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 15:12:01 +1100

From: "Ms. Dimitra Outsikas" <[email protected]>

Subject: Sincere Condolences

Dear Monarch, Our deepest simpathy for the tragic loss of our loved Princess. She will be missed by all and shall never be forgotten. Our thoughts are with you. Yours Faithfully, Arthur and Dimi (Australia, Melbourne, Victoria)

 

Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 23:42:45 -0400

From: Erma Winfield <[email protected]>

Subject: Condolence to the Family of Princess Diana

Our heartfelt sympathies to Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, and Princes William and Harry on the loss of Princess Diana, a grand lady, who will be sadly missed for her understanding of life and love and how important it is to love in life and care for all the people in the world, whether they be rich or poor, sick, or in good health. It is truly sad that her life on this earth had to end the way it did but we are sure she will be carrying on her gift of love among the angels in heaven.

The Winfield family in New Jersey

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 12:44:37 +0100

From: u38jb <[email protected]>

Subject: Daina Princess of Wales, Queen of all our Hearts.

I would just like to add to all the many messages of condolance. I too have deeply moved by the death of our princess. It is so tragic that Diana, Dodi, and the driver's lives have been taken from us all so suddenly. However although we shall all greatly miss you, shall we remind ourselves just how much you have achieved in the time that you have been with us. Very few people would be able to achieve what you have achieved in several lifetimes. I would like to extend my condolances for all families involved, including Dodi Al Fayed's family and the French Driver's family. I would especially like to convey my sympathies to the Spensor family, and to the two young Princes, William and Harry, for whom this misss be extremly difficult. Goodbye, and rest in peace.

From Julia Bruce-Thomson, and family. Medical Student. University of Aberdeen.

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 13:38:29 +1000

From: "G.Guilk" <[email protected]>

I would just like to say how sorry we are about the death of Princess Diana and hope that now she may have the peace that she never got while she was alive. We are all grateful that at least she had a month of happiness and the love she deserved......

Goodbye Diana you will be missed.... From the Edwards and Guilk Families in Australia

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 12:06:07 +1000

From: David Lamprecht <[email protected]>

Subject: grief sticken

Words just simply cannot express the way myself and possibly the whole world are feeling on the passing of such a wonderful awe inspiring person. We certainly do love her very much and there truly will never be another lady like her. The boys of course have the sympathy of the world to draw strength from although I am sure it possibly doesn't help all to much once again a lady that is surely going to be missed alot we love you Diana.

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 97 10:36:21 0900

From: Saskia Van Viegen <[email protected]>

I would like to express my sincere condolences to the children and family of Diana, Princess of Wales. I remember as a young girl, watching the wedding of Diana, and from then on my admiration was captured by this wonderful woman. I have looked fondly upon all she has done for others, and was in awe of her fairy-tale life. As I grew older, I became aware of the trials and tribulations of the life of Diana, a woman always in the public eye, and facing many pressures being a member of the British royal family.

It was at this point that my empathy for Diana grew. Watching the events surrounding her divorce from Prince Charles, and all of the scrutiny Diana was under, I developed a sincere admiration for her--she was a woman who gave herself to others, devoting her whole life to causes other than her own. In the face of pressures and adversity, she continued to hold her head high...looking the world in the face.

Diana, Princess of Wales, was and indeed remains a role model to women everywhere. She had dignity, honour, class, energy, and amazing stick-to-it-ivness.

Her ability to rise above all that had endeavoured to pull her down was unique. She lived her life with honour, and so she died with honour. In my heart, as in hearts around the world, she has earned a place of highest esteem. I cannot put into words how often I read her interviews and was amazed by this woman's extraordinary strength and goodness. As a woman, Diana embodied all that I strive to be--independant, intelligent, devoted, charitable, self-less, energetic, compassionate, and charming...all with a great degree of modesty and always in touch with reality. Diana was a truly great woman, a modern-day heroine...I am humbled by her death.

Diana, live on forever in our hearts. You will always be held in greatest esteem by all. May you rest forever in peace, knowing that you reached out and touched the lives of so many people, in so many different ways. You brought such goodness to us all, and you embodied the true spirit of humanity and womanhood. You are my hero forever. Love, Saskia Van Viegen

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 09:06:57 +0800

From: Beth <[email protected]>

Subject: condolence...

To the woman who's very important to this world. She's a woman of dignity and honor, where she gained my full respect. She extended her love and care to the less fortunate and sick. She's one in a million. To the family of Princess Diana, especially to Princes William and Harry. I

would like to give my deepest sympathy. You're always in my prayer and I pray for the repose of her soul.

 

From: "sheila cridland" <[email protected]>

Subject: diana

Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 01:03:36 +0100

Today we bury a True Princess, A Princess of the people.

From the begining Diana was used and abused by her husband his mistress and the rest of the royal ? familly. All they wanted from Diana was a son, then her job was done, charles could

go on playing with his TAMPAX. After finding out about her adulterous husband Diana went to pieces as any Woman would, there were those quick to point out that Diana was no longer fit enough to bring up her Royal Sons,but ;ike all Great Ladies she fought back and she gave to this Country and to the World HOPE no other Royal could do that So I say to the windsors we can see through you and your hangers on ie blair major and the rest. To Dianas Children I wish them all the best and ask Please show Your true Feelings about your MUM not what they want you to do or say God Bless and Protect you

DIANA and DODI WE LOVE AND MISS REST IN PEACE we want forget LOVE from Sheila Caroline Sarah Helen Kathryn Kelly Frank

 

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 01:26:24 +0200

From: Markus =?iso-8859-1?Q?Altst=E4tter?= <[email protected]>

Subject: Lady Diana, princess of Wales

I would like say only: Diana, the word will miss you forever.

Greetings from Switzerland, Markus

 

From: "Carlo" <[email protected]>

To: <[email protected]>

Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 08:20:38 +1000

To Diana, In our hearts forever, a special soul gone but never forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with your sons at this sad time.

Tina & Shanna Teasdale, Engadine NSW Australia

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 16:55:39 -0400

From: sara mcgill & kimberly shelor <sara&[email protected]>

Subject: The tragic death of Princess Diana

The world has lost two great women this week: Princess Diana & Mother Teresa. Our hearts go out to the family of these women and especially to Diana's sons William & Harry. May you continue to shine your mothers light. Sara McKenzie McGill & Kimberly Shelor Abingdon, VA

 

 


Goodnight, sweet Princess. Rest in peace.


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