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9/7/97
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From Richard E. J. Driskill [Rich2741@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

PETALS IN THE RAIN


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 Driskill, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

United States
From Richard E. J. Driskill [Rich2741@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

CADENCE OF THE DAY


In a line you follow me,
a father.. son.. brother.. son..
a husband once you were to me.
Atop a silent gun,
I lye for all the world to see.

Eight strong men, you bear me well,
a ninth to lead the way.
High upon your red, red shoulders,
I shall rest this very day.

In the flowers just above,
they quiver to the cadence.
Soft and white, they speak your names
can you feel my radiance?

Sisters, singers, clergymen,
what am I to say?
Can you hear me weeping,
in the cadence of the day?

The only thing I ask of you,
on this my day of rest,
is that you follow my sons too,
and take them to your breast.

Listen to the children,
their hearts are oh so pure.
Can you hear them pleading?,
their songs are love, nothing more.

In the middle of the lake,
I pledge my soul and take my stake.
From my soul and unto thee,
I cast my heart, and now am free.



Richard Driskill, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

USA
From Jim Johnson [jim_e_johnson@hotmail.com] on September 7, 1997:

William and Harry,
Always remember the love that your mother showed to others around her, no matter what their status, no matter what their infirmity, NO MATTER WHAT. As long as you carry on the legacy that she has started, she will always be with you.
Greive for her loss, but celebrate her memory.

USA
From Miranda's [vic1ger@earthlink.net] on September 7, 1997:

Our hearts and prayers are with the family. We will miss this special lady who touched so many hearts.

America
From Lillian Foster [Lily381@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

Your mother was a truly wonderful lady. She was not only beautiful on the outside, but on the inside as well. She did so many great things for people, just out of the goodness of your heart. I didn't know her personally, but just by seeing her on the news and reading about her, I could tell that she was an amazing mother. I am so sorry for your loss. I am 15, and I can't even beging to imagine what it would be like to lose my mother. I know that you two have a difficult life ahead of you, but just remember through all your struggles that the Lord is with you. You two are so young to have been through all of this, but you've handled it with strenghth and dignity, and I admire you for it. I know it must be very hard. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. My heart goes out to you.
With Love,
Lily

united states
From Teri Murphy [gerryteri@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

Princes William and Harry,

I know words cannot express how terribly sorry I am for you both. During these difficult times, please remember your mother's love and her caring ways. My son, Jack is 7 months old, and will one day ask me about your mother. I will simply tell him that she is and always will be the "people's princess". I will explain to him what your mother stood for and how she made many people happy.
She will forever be in our thoughts and prayers.

U.S.A.
From Eddie Clark [eddieclark@blomand.net] on September 7, 1997:

Although God has taken your wonderful Mother, her legacy lives on in both of you. Always remember how loved your Mother was around the world and carry on as she would have wanted you to. Good luck to you both and my prayers are with you.

USA
From Kim Smith [k.smith@ttlc.net] on September 7, 1997:

Dearest Prince William & Prince Harry,
My heart aches for you both. I know there isn't anything that anyone could say that would lessen the pain that you feel today. I want you both to know that I lost my father 3 years ago and I know it isn't easy.
The only advise that I could give you at this time is simple. Remember that all the people that mourned with you are people that loved your mother very much. The same people love the both of you. When you feel your sadest remember your mother's spirit.
It will be very important to remember all the things she believed in and tried to teach you. She was a very wise and loving person. Be true to yourselves as your mother would have wanted.
Always be there for each other. Always remember your mother's undying love for both of you. Keep strong and look for the sunrise. The future will be bright for both of you.
Love,
Kim Smith

USA
From Susan Oncal [soncal@worldnet.att.net] on September 7, 1997:

My deepest sympathy goes to Prince William and Prince Harry.

D is for Delicate as a rose petal.
I is for her Inward beauty.
A is for her Angelistic way.
N is for her Natural presents.
A is for All the sorrow in our hearts.

Do what your heart directs, keep your mother's legacy alive and going for future generations.

USA
From Kendra [KenKeah@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

Diana became, to us, not only the Princess of Wales, but the princess of of our hearts. She will be forever missed and loved. My sincerest condolences, prayers, and thoughts go out to her children, and all of those who love her, and will love hre forever. She wil never be forgotten.

Canada
From Laura [mcint@bconnex.net] on September 7, 1997:

Dear William & Harry,

Smile---think of all the wonderful things your mother did.

With Love,

Laura :)

America
From Lillian Foster [Lily381@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

Your mother was a truly wonderful lady. She was not only beautiful on the outside, but on the inside as well. She did so many great things for people, just out of the goodness of your heart. I didn't know her personally, but just by seeing her on the news and reading about her, I could tell that she was an amazing mother. I am so sorry for your loss. I am 15, and I can't even beging to imagine what it would be like to lose my mother. I know that you two have a difficult life ahead of you, but just remember through all your struggles that the Lord is with you. You two are so young to have been through all of this, but you've handled it with strenghth and dignity, and I admire you for it. I know it must be very hard. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. My heart goes out to you.
With Love,
Lily

malaysia
From kak wan [wales@ britannia.com] on September 7, 1997:

hope you will live peacefully

Philippines
From Tess Ruiz [Truiz@symantec.com] on September 7, 1997:

I am deeply touched by the princess' courage and rich values she possessed. She covered a wide spectrum of characteristics from elegance, class, royalty to humility and selflessness. Who else nowadays possess those qualities who can change the world? Now that she is gone this huge void that the world has to endure will be a great challenge. Prince William and Prince Harry, please continue on the mission of your dear mother who selflessly gave you life and love which radiated throughout her charities around the globe. As we grieve, I could not imagine the pain you are going, I too lost my mother. Princess Diana will always be in my heart. She has been my inspiration and now I feel a big loss of a loved one I have not even met but had touched my heart to deeply.

USA
From Mary Coleman [EColeman@chesapeake.net] on September 7, 1997:

My deepest sympathy to Prince William and Prince Harry in the passing of their mother. Though I never had the pleasure of meeting her or ever knowing her, she touched my life. Her overwhelming compassion and love for humanity is an inspiration to all. The stars will shine brighter with her in heaven. May the Princes find comfort in the memories their mother has left for them to treasure always. She will live forever in our hearts!

canada
From Staci [staci@internorth.com] on September 7, 1997:

William&Harry, I have said my silent good-byes to your mother but for you always remember the wonderful mother that she was and continue to draw from the lessons she taught you.Look to your family to support,as they will always be there for you. Will always think of you, Staci

Karachi, Pakistan
From Maqsood Khatri [maksood@hotmail.com] on September 7, 1997:

I think Diana will remain always in the heart of the people who love such a nice woman.

William and Harry don't say that your mother has dead she is not dead she is in our hearts and will remain in our whole life. I am really sad on this occasion.

U.S.
From Phillips [eagle@azalea.net] on September 7, 1997:

Ddidn't know the princess. Here are my condolences to Prince Harryb and William. Lean on each other and you will get thru this crisis. My Best wishes to your family.

Atlanta, Georgia, USA
From Judith M. Costello [jmcost@bellsouth.net] on September 7, 1997:

Greatly admired . . . deeply loved . . . profoundly missed. You and your friend Mother Teresa transformed this world; now, Heaven is a happier place. Thank you, Diana, for your beautiful life.

Canada
From Bob Michaels [7seas@netwave.ca] on September 7, 1997:

Your gentle nature and sweet humanity will be missed.

USA
From Pamela Woogerd Nelson [nelsp@pacbell.net] on September 7, 1997:

To William and Harry, remember your wonderful mother is still with you and will always be with you in your hearts. Take comfort in the knowledge that she loved you and still loves you and will always be at your side.

U.S.A.
From Terry s. Larson &grandchildern [terrys @ c-zone.net] on September 7, 1997:

Her eyes showed us her heart, God has blessed her.

America
From Lillian Foster [Lily381@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

Your mother was a truly wonderful lady. She was not only beautiful on the outside, but on the inside as well. She did so many great things for people, just out of the goodness of your heart. I didn't know her personally, but just by seeing her on the news and reading about her, I could tell that she was an amazing mother. I am so sorry for your loss. I am 15, and I can't even beging to imagine what it would be like to lose my mother. I know that you two have a difficult life ahead of you, but just remember through all your struggles that the Lord is with you. You two are so young to have been through all of this, but you've handled it with strenghth and dignity, and I admire you for it. I know it must be very hard. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. My heart goes out to you.
With Love,
Lily

USA
From Heather Clemmer [lclemmer@cybrtyme.com] on September 7, 1997:

I was so sorry to hear about your loss.
I know that Princess Diana will live
forever in everyone's hearts. I admired
her for the work she done. My thoughts
are with her family. I hope that Prince
William and Prince Harry grow to be as
strong and kind as their mother. My thoughts and prayers as well as the rest
of my family's are with you.

USA
From Jeanne & Martin & Family [mjfry@sisna.com] on September 7, 1997:

Diana was a beautifull, kind and compassionate woman. We will always remember her for that.

Love Martin & Jeanne

This family is 50% English. My husband emigrated from the UK to USA in 1980.

THAILAND
From สรรสกล สารบรรณ [sansakon@rocketmail.com] on September 7, 1997:

ไม่อาจมีคำกล่าวใดที่จะแสดงให้เห็นถึงความสูญเสียอันยิ่งใหญ่นี้ได้ ขอให้การจากไปของ
เจ้าหญิงไดอาน่า ได้ปรากฏอยู่ในความทรงจำของเราทุกคน ตราบนิรันด์

USA
From Daniel W. Saragosa [pra0005@pixi.com] on September 7, 1997:

My deepest sympathies to William and Henry, the Spencer Family, the Royal Family and to all of England. This world has lost one of it's greatest treasures and one of God's finest creations.

May God be with all of you.

Danny

USA
From Christine Larsen [pooh@playfull.com] on September 7, 1997:

Dear Diana, I will miss you so very much. I still find it so hard to really believe that you have been gone for this world only a week. Seven days without you! My heart breaks each time I hear "Candle in the wind" Mere words can't express my saddness. I have been getting to know you since I was 13 when you married Prince Charles. I will miss you so much. I loved you so very much. I can only hope that your sons get to got to common places still.
Dear Harry and William, I don't know why God had to take Diana away from you and the world. I will always try to make sence of her death but, in her mermony I will always be compaission to others. I have watch you both grow up alot and I am very glad that you both had 15 years with your mother. William, Take good care of Harry ok. and remember that you have a very strong family and that public cares a great deal for you. May your mother rest in peace and find the happeniss that was not found on earth in heaven. The world lost a shining light that can nerver be turn on again.

USA
From Anne Marie Burgard [annem@acadiacom.net] on September 7, 1997:

Just a thought that in her life, many of us are reminded to treasure the little things and not look to fame, wealth, and fortune to make us happy. It didn't seem to do it for Diana....I wish it had.

USA
From Cheryl Diane Pitcher DePonte [neondion@sprintmail.com] on September 7, 1997:

Diana,
Thank you for helping me face my parents
divorce.
Thank you for helping me confront my Bulimia.
Thank you for showing me how to be a woman.
You are, and always will be, in my heart.
William and Harry, no other woman has lived that compairs with your mother. She is with you always. If you ever need
her just call out for her...she will be there.

U.S.A.
From Fred Weaver [fredm03@sprynet.com] on September 7, 1997:

William and Harry my thoughts and prayers go out to you. I lost my grandfather when I was 15 and it took along time to get over. I know how you both must feel and may God bless you and keep you close to his heart. The world could use many more people like your mother she had a lot of courage and i'm sure you're very proud. Good luck in all you do.

USA
From Nelson & Mary Lowe [NLowe@Infoave.net] on September 7, 1997:

The following is a writing that was sent to my husband when his mother was taken from him. I hope it brings comfort to you and will let you know how very much your mother was loved and honored throughout the world.
A SHIP SETS SAIL

"I am standing upon the seashore. A ship at my side spreads her white sails to the morning breeze and starts for the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength and I stand and watch her until at length she hangs like a speck of white cloud just where the sea and sky come down to mingle with each other. Then someone at my side says: "There! She's gone."

"Gone where? Gone from my sight-- that is all. She is just as large in mast and hull and spar as she was when she left my side. Just at the moment when someone at my side says, "There! She's gone,' there are other eyes watching her coming, and other voices ready to take up the glad shout, "There she comes!"

Always love your Mummy and know beyond a shadow of a doubt that the both of you were her "true loves".

May God bless.

USA
From Paula Arterberry McNeal [BMcneal244@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

My condolences go out to the family and friends of Princess Diana. Such as shame for bright beacon of hope and love to be extinguished in so short a time. She was a beautiful and glamorous lady. She will be sorely missed, but continued to be greatly admired. I would have loved to have gotten a chance to meet England's Rose.

USA
From S. Marie Williams [swillia5@bellsouth.net] on September 7, 1997:

Our thoughts are with you through this time of sorrow. May God bless you all.

USA
From Carol High [highc@vfc.com] on September 7, 1997:

Princess Diana was so precious to the world. I pray William and Harry will follow your example to show caring and love for their fellow men, this world needs all the love it can get. God bless you and comfort you, He is there for you always.

USA
From Lisa Maly/David Jablonski on September 7, 1997:

Princess Diana was truly the icon of warmth, compassion, elegance and grace. She will remain in our hearts forever. The world is a better place for knowing her. She is loved and missed. Long live the princess in our hearts and thoughts.

Canada
From Geoffrey and Vera Brittan [gbrittan@netcom.ca] on September 7, 1997:

It's difficult at such a time to find the words. Perhaps nothing can comfort you today. But know that there are many who think of you, as we do, and trust that you are the future.

U.S.A.
From Jane Culmer [Culmer4@Pathway.Net] on September 7, 1997:

Extending my deepest sympathy to both of you. I have two sons who are about the same age as you and I am also 36 years myself. It will be hard, but your mother would want you to be strong, independent and follow in her footsteps while she looks down on you from heaven. God Bless Both of You.

usa
From james [cdaniel@adams.net] on September 7, 1997:

our hearts go out to prince william and prince harry . your mother was a gorgeous woman. i wish both of you the best of luck.

usa
From cynthia daniel [cdaniel@adams.net] on September 7, 1997:

my heart goes out to william and harry

United States
From Robert W. Stankus [RobertW@ewol.com] on September 7, 1997:

Our deepest sympathy. We shall miss your uniqueness and charm as the "Peoples Princess."

USA
From Christine Harrell [TZVN31B@prodigy.com] on September 7, 1997:

Princess Diana was a graceful and wonderful woman. Oh! Thats why the paparazzi always followed her. But it still wasn't right. My sister loves Prince and Princesses. I'm happy to teach her that the pictures of Diana everywhere is a real princess.

canada
From Deborah D'Aguiar [emc@ericsson.daguiar.com] on September 7, 1997:

Our family prays for your future happiness and successes. Your mother has touch us all.
God Bless you!
Deborah D'Aguiar

u.s.a.
From Leslie Harwell [harwell.cpd@atl.mindspring.com] on September 7, 1997:

Diana was a wonderful,beautiful, and intelligent person. I would like to send my deepest condolences to William and Harry, their mother's spirit will live in their's and the world's hearts forever.

USA
From Julie Monahan [badgers41@ticon.net] on September 7, 1997:

Diana was an inspiration to everyone in any country. She gave me the courage to deal with any troubles they may arise in my life.

She was a wonderful mother and has given William and Harry the wonderful morals to accept people as they are and to always look for the best in people.

Diana was sweet, beautiful, loving, professional and witty----------everyone's dream to be.

I miss her terribly and weep because she finally was finding her personal happiness and now her life was taken.

Thank you, Diana, for all the wonderful things you have given us in your 36 years of life.

We love and miss you!!!

United States
From Barbara Higdon [uwabeh@stumail.westal.edu] on September 7, 1997:

My family and myself would like you to know how sorry we are for the loss of your mother. We feel that she was an inspiration to us all and touched everyone in very special ways. There is no way that an angel on Earth will not be an angel in Heaven. You're both in our prayers.

United States
From Barbara Higdon on September 7, 1997:

My family and myself would like you to know how sorry we are for the loss of your mother. We feel that she was an inspiration to us all and touched everyone in very special ways. There is no way that an angel on Earth will not be an angel in Heaven. You're both in our prayers.

U.S.A.
From Jane Culmer [Culmer4@Pathway.Net] on September 7, 1997:

Extending deepest sympathy to both of you. I have two sons who are about the same age as you and I am also 36 years myself. It will be hard, but your mother would want you to be strong, independent and follow in her footsteps. God Bless Both of You.

usa
From linda santiso [mickw@voicenet.com] on September 7, 1997:

Princess Diana will live in the hearts of millions, for years to come. Her dedication to her children and to her causes are an inspiration to us all. She will be greatly missed.

UNITED STATES
From ANGI JONES [DeeJ2397@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

A BEAUTIFUL, TALENTED, COMPASSIONATE, AND RESPECTABLE WOMAN. SHE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.

United States
From Amy [Nuanda77@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

I send my deepest condolences during your time of grief, and hope that yuor lives may be filled with happier moments. May God bless all of you, and shine his light on your souls during this period of tragic occurences.

California, USA
From Shawn & Jackie Cassidy [SJCass@cris.com] on September 7, 1997:

Princes William & Harry:

The world is darker now, but the skies and heavens above have a brighter star among them now.

Your mother, Princess Diana, believed in you as the future of Great Britain. May you draw strenght from your memories of her to carry on with her dreams of you as the future.

Our deepest condolences and best wishes to both of you. With love,

Shawn and Jackie

usa
From Sue [ms sue m @aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

She will be missed by all who saw her on the tv. she was so beautiful and king and giving to those who were less fortunate. Our prayers our with the whole family and especially her two suns

America
From Joseph & Patricia Bruce [Lindylove@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

To the family of Princess Diana, England's Rose. Although no one else can truly feel the sorrow that you bear, it may help to ease your loss to know that many thoughts are there in sympathy with you. We too, feel your loss, and share your pain. May she rest in peace and memory stay with us forever.

United States
From Omar Azimi [azimi@pop.erols.com] on September 7, 1997:

Dear Diana, Princes William and Harry,
First of all dear Diana,
Diana, I am deeply deeply saddened by
your death. You were the most
wonderful woman in the whole world. I
blame the paparazzi and the drunk driver
for your death. If it weren't for them
you would have still been alive. I care
very deeply for you and your kids,
Prince William the future king, and
Prince Harry.You will be sorely missed
by the whole world.
Dear Princes William and Harry,
I am so sorry for your mothers death.
Princess Diana was a wonderful woman.
I saw her funeral.I saw how sad you two
and Prince Charles looked on that day.

United States
From Amy Jo McClain [major- rebel@worldnet.att.net] on September 7, 1997:

Dear William and Harry,
I suppose I'll never know if you'll read this, but perhaps it will do me well to express it. I'm genuinely sorry for the loss of your mother. I do not say this without knowledge of your hurt. I sincerely empathize with your loss, as I lost my father only two months ago to cancer. I'm 21, and he was only 45. We must believe that God's will for our parents in this life has been fulfilled. We must find our solace in knowing that there is no more suffering where they are. It is up to us to make each day count. To not do this, would mean our parents died in vain. I'm sure our parents have made grand acquaitance and are smiling down on us even now. You can wager they are waiting for us to be reunited, but until then, you and your family are in my prayers.

With sincerest empathy and love in Christ,
Amy Jo McClain

United States
From The Mize Family [Brent Mize @ AOL.com] on September 7, 1997:

We extend our sympathy to the family of Diana, Princess of Wales. Her death is a loss not only to England but the World. We too are grief stricken. We only hope that her good works will continue and that she will never be forgotten.

USA
From Karen Berg [erols@hexe.com] on September 7, 1997:

Your goodness will be missed.

United States
From Omar Azimi [azimi@pop.erols.com] on September 7, 1997:

Diana, was a wonderful woman.The whole
world has been saddened by the loss
of the most popular woman in the world.
Princess Diana did not deserve to die
at the age of 36. Princess Diana did not
deserve to be born in 1961 and die in
1997. Princess Diana will always be with
us in our hearts and in our memories...
..forever. She is no longer known as the
Princess of hearts. She is known as the
Queen Of Hearts.
Goodbye Princess Diana.

USA
From Anne Marie Germani [anne_marie_germani@mhcs.org] on September 7, 1997:

Diana cared and she wanted the Royals to care, too. William will be the next King; Diana wanted him to fulfill that role and William, supported by Harry, will not disappoint his dearly beloved Mummy. The Queen should have gone to Althorp and supported the Princes; the Royals have not understood the real message of Diana and as reiterated by her brother, Earl Spencer. The world is a poorer place without Diana. It will remain a poorer place if we don't learn the true message of Diana, to care and be free spirited. Her brother was so right...the Princes must continue in the imaginative and loving way in which Diana was steering them. It will happen, Diana, just has you had hoped. Charles will abdicate for Camilla and WILLIAM WILL BE KING. Won't that be a glorius day; one which will help to end the sorrow of these past days.

United States
From Robert, Penny, Peter, Brett, and Jared Kamen [rkamen@monmouth.com] on September 7, 1997:

We grieve with you for the loss of your most beautiful and caring mother. We saw how much she loved and cherished both of you. You are both fine young men who deserve the devotion your mother had foryou. We know you are both a reflection of the fine qualities that your mother possessed.

United States
From Angela John [lj90825@navix.net] on September 7, 1997:

Diana was so young, and beautiful. She was the essence of empathy, love and kindness. I would like to believe that the reason, someone so wonderful might die so young, is because in the eyes of God she has served her purpose. She left a legacy of kindness, elegance, and love that will never be duplicated or forgotten. She is with God now, and I truely believe that even if she did not realize how much we loved her when she was here. She knows now. I will think of her as an angel, watching over us. God Bless all who mourn.

USA
From Natalie Garcia [escjo@theramp.net] on September 7, 1997:

Prince William & Prince Harry

My most heartfelt condolences to the both of you on the loss of your mother. I admired your mother and was saddened by her death. I know she will continue on in our hearts but most important she will live on thru the both of you. Cherish and continue on with what your mother taught you and for what she stood for. Prince Harry I hope despite this tragedy you will have a happy birthday I know your mother would of wanted it that way. Prince William your role now may seem more difficult without your mother, but i know you will preserve your mothers memory and everytime I see you I see your mother for you resemble her so much. Our queen of hearts has left us, but she left us her most valuable treasure.. Both of you (Princes of our hearts.) Again my most heartfelt condolences.

With love,

Natalie

United States of America
From Robert W. Willoughby [robbiew@dmv.com] on September 7, 1997:

Your mother touched the lives of many around the world. She was a symbol of goodness and determination. She was the People's Princess. We can only hope that you, the future of the monarchy, will become the People's Princes.

U.S.A.
From Rebecca Lee [fglee@juno.com] on September 7, 1997:

William and Harry, no words can describe how you must be feeling. Your mother was a remarkable woman and a true angel. I never knew her personally but she was my idol. She is a woman of grace, beauty, and she radiated love. Like you, William, I am only 15 but I have also lost many people I love to automobile crashes. Your mother touched us all and if you ever, ever need a sympathetic ear or just need someone to talk to, please write me. I know how you're feeling and please don't hesitate. I'm always here to talk, and you will always have my unending sympathy.

U.S.A.
From Lee Ledbetter [DLL@ansinet.net] on September 7, 1997:

I love you Diana. I am 11 years old and did not get to watch your wedding, but I never thought I would be seeing your funeral. My thoughts are with William & Harry.

canada
From michael caviedes [penny@jet2.net] on September 7, 1997:

It will be so ad to go home knowing that we will never our Princess any more, God took her too soon, but we know that she will be wachting us from up there. We will miss her dearly

USA
From Carolyn Britton [yesak@bellsouth.net] on September 7, 1997:

Diana, what a great Loss. Everyone will miss your beauty and grace.

USA
From Stephanie Noland [StephN7841@aol.com] on September 7, 1997:

Diana was the sign of beauty and strength. she was a powerful woman. she didn`t have to die. it is such a shame that the world lost such an wonderful, strong woman.

United States
From Michael J. Wicks [Mikewks@Home.com] on September 7, 1997:

Born in England,and raised in the United States, I never gave any sentiment to the UK.

But because of Princess Diana, that sentiment has changed.

For Her Love,Thoughtfulness and Warmth for Her children and for the others in need will always make me be Proud that I have an English Ancestry.

And because of that, Princess Diana, You are the one I consider "Royality"

In Body, you have left us, but what you have given to us all will always be in my Heart, as well as others.

With Love and Respect

Mike

Argentina
From Claudio Sํvori [csivori@bigfoot.com] on September 7, 1997:

Profundas condolencias de mi familia, a sus familiares, especialmente a los Principes Guillermo y Enrique que lamentablemente, han perdido a una madre ejemplar y cari๑osa.
We wish our condolences, and sorry for my poor English.

Mexico
From Gabriela Lopez [lodeca@ibm.net] on September 7, 1997:

Have you ever seen a Woman with the streght of one thuosand men?
With the beauty of a new day?, with the brihtness of the sun? and overall with a part of the God's Heart?.Then you saw Princess Diana.
To William and Harry as the Spencer Family: My deep condolence to You because of Her lamentable absence.
I join to the people who will never forget Her.

Princess Diana: Wherever You Be I sure You had already won uor hearts since we saw you.


USA
From LALAINE & DANIEL BERUBE [LALAINE&DAN@EARTHLINK.NET] on September 7, 1997:

OUR SINCEREST CONDOLENCES. OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU & YOUR FAMILY.
THE WORLD WILL MISS & MOURN AN ELEGENT, KIND, & GRACIOUS WOMAN. HER LIGHT WILL NEVER BE EXTINGUISHED AMOUNG THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD. AGAIN WITH OUR DEEPEST SYNMPATHIES...LALAINE & DANIEL BERUBE

USA
From Arthur C SAnds [sands@msn.com] on September 7, 1997:

Diana's death was a loss to the
entire world.

COLOMBIA
From SONIA ROJAS [SROJAS@IX.NETCOM.COM] on September 7, 1997:

DEAR WILLIAM AND HARRY:
With all my heart I take this opportunity to tell you both how much princess Diana meant to me. I am 22 now, but since I was a little girl I loved her because of how overwhelmingly beautiful she always was. When you were born I was so happy for her because I knew she was happy. I have taped everything about her, clipped all her photographs...it is a confusing feeling because it is as though I don't want to let go of her but I have told myself that it's her memories what matter. It's all the good things she was that matters and it comforts me to think that she is in heaven in a priviliged place next to God and she will ALWAYS be watching over you and the world who loves her deeply. I wish the best for you and my prayers will always be with you.

love, Sonia Rojas

South Africa
From Sandra and Georgina [SJDodds@iafrica.com] on September 7, 1997:

THE HAND OF GOD

When we lose a loved one
Our world just falls apart
We think we can't carry on
With this broken heart
Everything is different now
You're upset and you're annoyed
Your world it seems is shattered
There's such an awful void

There's got to be a reason
And we have to understand
God made us and at any time
He'll reach down for our hand

There might not be a warning
We won't know where or when
The only thing I'm certain of
Is we'll meet them once again

by an Unknown Author

uk / Israel
From Nathan Dan [ndan@cableinet.co.uk] on September 7, 1997:

We shall never forget you Diana.
Your legacy will live forever.
Prince Willam & Prince Harry,
our deepest sympathy to you both.
Be strong, and God bless.

Thinking of you.

Nathan,Fiona,Yasmin,Jordan
Dan Family.

usa
From kathleen benton [kmacaw@webtv.net] on September 7, 1997:

we will always have your mother in our hearts and prayers. god be with you both.






Italy
From Roberto [R.Ceccaroni@flashnet.it] on September 7, 1997:

I'm looking for you in the stars of the sky my sweet Princess

usa
From marvy frafjord [frafjord@daknet.com] on September 7, 1997:

I am sending this from South Dakota in the USA. My prayers and thoughts are with you William and Harry and I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother.I did not know her in person but I knew of her and was so proud of her and of all her hard work she did. She has done a very fine job in raising you and I know you will go on as very fine boys in your life time and acheive what evey you want to do in your lifetime and be very good at what you because your mother has taught you very well. I will miss your mother very much for what she has accomplished in her time here on earth and her just as a normal person and trying to enjoy her life.She will never be forgotten in my heart. Her memory will go on forever. I have 4 children of my own that I love very much and am very proud of what they will acheive in there life one day and hope they make the right choices in there life time and do what they want to do and will stand behind there choices in life.Please fell free to e-mail me at any time and I will answer your e-mail back. My thoughts are with you always. Marvy Frafjord.

USA
From Mary FitzHenry [vinyard@erols.com] on September 7, 1997:

I will deeply mourn the death of your mom for the rest of my life. I have a daughter, Amy, who is the same age as William. I went through my pregnancy at the same time as Diana and then watched you children grow up at the same stages as my daughter. As only a mom can understand, I cried when William first went to school, and then watched our children go through all the same stages.
I loved you, William and Harry, as I loved Diana and my daughter Amy. I loved Diana deeply and will never ever forget her. I will pray for you and will feel close to you in this time of your grief.
I am so deeply sorry that you have to feel so sad.I watched every single moment of Diana's funeral and I cried along with the rest of the world. I am a school teacher and lover of children, same as Diana. Your mother was a wonderful mother. Words can never express the pain and sadness that I am feeling today.I hope you will find some strength in knowing the empathy that the world feels for you.

USA
From Lori Jones [livia@earthlink.net] on September 7, 1997:

Please accept my heartfelt condolences for your great loss. Princess Diana was an admirable and beautiful person. My best wishes to her family and to her country.

USA
From ALICIA SAMY HEBERT VINA [svina@bellsouth.net] on September 7, 1997:

DIANA ALWAYS WILL BE ALIVE IN OURS HEART

united states
From kaytie [knudsen@hdsinfo.com] on September 7, 1997:

Dear Prince William, and Prince Harry
Your mother was a saving grace in a world where good is overrun by trajedy. In your time of loss and sorrow it is probably very easy to be angry at the public who bought the trash that was printed about your mother. I can not speak for anyone but myself, but i wish to send you my sincere appologies. I never new what your mother had to endure on a daily basis. I never bought the tabloids and i never will. But i did buy magazines that highlighted the excellent work your mother did. It never occured to me that they might be causing her as much distress by following her as the tabloids did. My only explenation for wanting to see into the life of your mother is that for just those few moments i was reading the articles or looking at the pictures i felt like i new her. I just wanted to see a little part of the amazing stength and humanity that radiated from everything your mother did. I hope that my heartfelt appology and condolences will help you realize that we never meant to hurt your mother. Everybody just loved her so much, and we showed it in the wrong way, by supporting the thing that she hated the most.
To the Queen of peoples hearts, i will remember you always as a shining star in the blackness of society. You radiated a light that everybody wants to have but so very few acctuallly do. I pray for you and your boys every night. May god and heaven bring you a peace that the world never could. You are not just an English Rose, You are the worlds rose.

Canada
From Kimberly Rae Moonlight [silvergoddyss@hotmail.com] on September 7, 1997:

The loss of Diana was a shock to the world such a tradgedy that the world had lost such a committed humanitarian, Loving Mother and Graceful Human Being. We are all lucky to have had the Princess of Wales in our lives, if only in pictures and Text. Her memory will forever live within us all. I'm sure that Prince William and Prince Harry will carry the flame of hope that their mother dedicated her life to.
My Deepest Sympathy

USA
From ROSE-MAX PAGAN [ROMAX@ WEBTV.NET] on September 7, 1997:

PRINCES- WILLIAM & HARRY
WE LOVED YOUR MOTHER & HOPE YOU WILL BOTH FOLLOW IN HER FOOTSTEPS. THE WORLD LOST A BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS. PEACE BE WITH YOU.

United States of America
From Dayna Revis [Dayna21@hotmail.com] on September 7, 1997:

My thoughts are with you and your family. Your mother was a wonderful woman.

USA
From Kenna Lee [acybergrrl@usa.net] on September 7, 1997:

Prince William and Harry,
We all grive with you today! Your mother will always be remembered as a beautiful person both inside and out! She touched all those that met her and even more that did not! Please know that she's looking down from Heaven watching over you and loving you! God bless you both!

USA
From Kristy Clark [kristynclark@hotmail.com] on September 7, 1997:

William and Harry,
Your mother was my role model. I'm sure you miss her because she was an angel.
Kristy

USA
From Kristina Lilly [abi_gail@erols.com] on September 7, 1997:

Princess Diana was a very well respected woman. She has contributed in many ways to many charities. She was very kind and giving. She was not selfish at all. Princess Diana is a great loss to a great many people. I am sure that Prince William and Prince Harry will remember all of the good values that their mother has instilled in them. Even royalty should be a part of the people, not a seperate identity. I will miss Princess Diana and all of the wonderful things she has done for people all over the world. She was definatly one in a million! We should all follow in her footsteps and try to bring good changes to the world. Goodbye Diana.

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