"Poetry, Language Of the Soul" {P.L.O.T.S.} - The Creatives Magazine

"We Are All In This Thing Called Life, TOGETHER…Remember?" ~ "NamastΓ¨ & One Love" β€οΈπŸ’›πŸ’š

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For Those That Have Transcended

“It took a moment of great thought, as to if this page should be constructed. For grief & loss are quite painful and can also be depressing. But with all the losses, that many of us have felt personally & throughout the world, I felt compelled to create a space for our loved ones, known & unknown. I thought it might be nice to have a forum, in which to honor those we love & care about, that are no longer here in the physical. We know with life death is guaranteed, as no one lives forever in this physical realm. Please know we’ll do our best to be discreet. We can’t include everyone, but we will include as many as possible. To those that have grieved & are grieving, you have my deepest & most sincerest of heartfelt condolences. I’ll begin with my own losses. If you have someone you would like for us to recognize, feel free to email information, pictures, videos, and or links to me personally: maxapoetess@yahoo.com, subject line: Rest In Love”~Maxwanette A Poetess

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My Big Brother Donovan Moncrieffe (paternal) – 9/1988
George (2007) & Maud Williams (2003) (my maternal Grandparents)

My family took a hit of 3 members, transcending with months of each other, my Grandfather, Aunt, then my Mom.

Hyacinth (Mom) 2008 & Mirel (my Aunt) 2007
Hyacinth Williams-Moncrieffe (my Mom) – 2008
Loui (Grandfather) 2005 & Jackie (Aunt) 2011 – Father and Daughter (paternal)

Wayne – 2013 (maternal cousin)
Khoy – 2013 (maternal cousin)
Dennis (children’s father/ex-husband)
– 10/23/1954 – 11/21/2015
Darnell – 2015 (maternal nephew)
Henry – 2019 (maternal Uncle)
Oraine – 2020 (maternal cousin)
Ty – My Best Friend
05/22/1967 05/18-2021

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Sidney Poitier – Activist/Actor & Hollywood’s 1st Black Movie Star
Born: February 20, 1927
Transcended: January 6, 2022

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Betty White -World Loved Actress & Activist
Born: January 17, 1922
Transcended: December 31, 2021

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Bob Saget
Born: May 17, 1956
Died: January 9, 2022

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CNN – People We’ve Lost In 2022 https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/09/entertainment/gallery/people-we-lost-2022/index.html

Ronnie Spector, lead singer of The Ronettes, dead at 78
https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/12/entertainment/ronnie-spector-the-ronettes-dies/index.html

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πŸ‡―πŸ‡²Jamaican LegendsπŸ‡―πŸ‡²

Born:Β February 6, 1945

Transcended:Β May 11, 1981


https://www.mercurynews.com/2021/08/30/lee-scratch-perry-legendary-reggae-musician-from-jamaica-dies-at-85
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/18/us/politics/colin-powell-dead.html

The World’s Deceased Reggae Artists (We Listed A Few) https://www.dancehallreggaeworld.com/deceased-reggae-artists.html

Credit: Google
http://www.nlj.gov.jm/REGGAE%20EXHIBITION/cynthis_schloss.htm

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102 Deaths in 2021: USMagazine https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/pictures/celebrity-deaths-in-2021-stars-weve-lost/neville-bunny-wailer-livingston/

(We Shared A Few)

The Disney animator died on October 10 at the age of 111. Tompson was a pioneer for the studio, working as an illustrator and storyboard planner on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Sleeping Beauty, Mary Poppins, Robin Hood and The Aristocats among others.

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Granville Adams
The actor, who portrayed Zahir Arif for six seasons on HBO’s Oz, died at age 58 after battling cancer. The show’s creator, Tom Fontana, confirmed the news via social media on October 10 after previously helping set up a GoFundMe to help Adams cover the costs of his treatment.

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Anthony ‘A.J.’ Johnson

The comedian, known for his work in Friday and House Party, died on September 6 at age 55, his rep, LyNea Bell, confirmed to Deadline weeks later. “The world of comedy has truly been shaken, again,” Bell noted at the time. “Our BH Talent family is heartbroken about the loss of the iconic legend of stage and screen Mr. Anthony ‘A.J.’ Johnson. He has left with us amazing memories of his laughter, dynamic acting skills, but most of all his enormous personality and heart of gold.”

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Jane Powell

The actress, best known for her Golden Age musicals, died at the age of 92 on September 16. Powell starred in hits including A Date With Judy, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Royal Wedding and Hit the Deck.

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Norm Macdonald
The Saturday Night Live alum’s manager announced his death on September 14, after the comedian’s nine-year private battle with cancer. He was 61. β€œHe was most proud of his comedy,”
Michael Constantine

The actor, best known for his role in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, died on August 31, his publicist confirmed on September 8. He was 94.
Michael K. Williams
The Boardwalk Empire alum died at age 54, The Hollywood Reporter reported on September 6.

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Special Candles For Those Transcended Due To COVID-19 – All Over The World

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