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A tribute to Mrs Anne Violet Robinson by Emma Haward

Date added: 11 Jun 2010

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Emma Haward

the RAF Benevolent Fund
https://www.theonlinebookcompany.com/OnlineBooks/rafbf/Celebrations/FindTribute/RemembrancePages/emmahaward
Dear Friends/Family, I have recently set up a page in the RAF Benevolent Fund Memorial Book and wanted to share it with you. Through this page we can share memories, photographs and videos of $personFirstName$ as well as raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund. To view page and add your memories, just click on the following link: $findPersonLink$ Thanks!

Before I went to Tanzania Granny told me that whenever I look at the stars at night I would see her there shining her love on me and, whenever I put my hand in my pocket I would find her kiss of comfort and love. On hearing about the less than desirable arrangements in Tanzania Granny immediately dispatched some of her favourite perfume to 'freshen things up' which I still wear to this day. She was truly loved, truly beautiful and truly inspirational and remains with me wherever I go. Here is the deepest secret nobody knows. Here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud And the sky of the sky of a tree called life; Which grows higher than soul can hope or mind can hide. And this is the wonder that's keeping the stars apart. I carry your heart. I carry it in my heart.

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A tribute to Mrs Anne Violet Robinson by Tashi Haward

Date added: 11 Jun 2010

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Tashi Haward

the RAF Benevolent Fund
https://www.theonlinebookcompany.com/OnlineBooks/rafbf/Celebrations/FindTribute/RemembrancePages/tashihaward
Dear Friends/Family, I have recently set up a page in the RAF Benevolent Fund Memorial Book and wanted to share it with you. Through this page we can share memories, photographs and videos of $personFirstName$ as well as raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund. To view page and add your memories, just click on the following link: $findPersonLink$ Thanks!

My favourite memory of Grandma was her love of poetry -something we shared together that I felt was very special. During one visit to South Wraxall, Grandma bought out this little book. When I opened it up it was filled with bits of poetry - lots of words squeezed onto pages that she had written down as they came into her head. I told her that I do the same, which we both thought was funny! The poetry she wrote was really clever and had so much in it - her lines were beautiful - so visual - I only wish that one day I shall write like that. I would like to thank Grandma for many things but mostly for inheriting her love of poetry.

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