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In Memory Of Jennifer Ashley Tamme 09-12-86 to 06-04-003 ~~*~~
by Linda M Hill

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Wil Clark.. Jennifer's friend, requested this poem. He is a
bright 16 year old who saw
the angel in Jenny long before
she was one.
Wil..this is for you too...

Jennifer Ashley Tamme was only 16 when she lost control of her car and it flipped over several times taking her
precious life. She was only a mile from her home after leaving a friends house.
She was flown to the Trauma Center in Jacksonville, Fla. She was in a coma five days before she went to Heaven on June 4, 2003. She left behind Wil, a dear friend..Her Mom Sherry...Sisters..Kimberly, LeAnne, and Joy..A brother John..and a very best friend and cousin Tiffini Tamme.

She was to be in the 11th grade this coming school year. A week after school was out for the summer she was on the National Honor Society. Such a precious life to be taken so suddenly. Here is a poem written by Jenny shortly before she

Fight for what you believe in

No matter what the consequences.

Fight for who you are, Not what you wanna be.

Fight for your right to make an individual stand.

Fight to live freely.

Don't let anyone put you down.

Don't let anyone look at the and frown.

Don't let people run you over.

Don't let anyone make you feel naked.

Fight and dont lose hope.

Let your choice live freely.

Live Or Die.

Live long and head strong.

Only Be Yourself!!

-Jennifer Tamme


Here is my poem dedicated to Jenny...

Don't grieve for me
I've crossed Heavens gate
This was meant to be
I've always believed in fate
I'm sorry I had to leave you
It was beyond my control
Jesus took away my pain
When he claimed my soul

Tiffini smile for me
Don't let me see those tears
Mom, I'm with Dad now
We've missed him all these years
Kimberly, LeAnne and Joy
Take good care of each other
John, thank you for being
The worlds best brother

Wil, what can I say
You were such a good friend
You were always there
Until the very end
I was always amazed at
The things you saw in me
You taught me there were no bounds
In what I could be

I love you all and think of
You each day
When you miss me just remember
I'm a memory away


Linda Hill 2003

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Reviewed by Handsum Hart
This really touched me, a lovely tribute to Jennifer
Reviewed by Brian Lynn
I didnt know Jenny but my thoughts are with her family and friends. This is a very good way to remember her, Brian
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
Very good Linda. Poetically and creatively done. I register my sympathy and reflect back on my own driving experience, the dumb times when I almost ended up the ssame way. amor usted. G
Reviewed by Mandy RIdgeway
I didn't know Jenny all that well but from what I have heard she seems like the nicest person you'd ever get to know. I'm glad that she doesn't have to be in pain and suffer. I wish the best of luck to all of you who knew her. Just remember she may not be here physically but she is always here mentally.. (*Smiles*) ~!Mandy!~
Reviewed by Leslie Durham
I am really glad that someone has made this in memory of Jennifer, Because if this person didn't make this site then no one would have known about what had happeden to this dear girl.
Reviewed by Joel Raja Kumar J
Such a sad event. But then God takes back what He gives when He wills and May be He wanted her to be an angel instead of a human.

Your kindly soul shines here Linda.

Love from India - Joel -
Reviewed by John Bidwell
Beautiful poetry from beautiful hearts.
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish
Both Jenny's poem and yours are masterpieces.
My sympathy goes to all who loved this wonderful wise young woman.
Best wishes always
Reviewed by Jackie Brooks
It is indeed a beautiful tribute to Jenny. It is so sad that such a young life is cut short like this. Jackie <> <
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
This is a beautiful tribute Linda!!

Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya
Linda....this is so sad to know....but this is a great tribute for a young know have a very big heart....and am too proud to call you my friend...I love n luck....BHUWAN
Reviewed by Catherine N (Reader)
Oh Linda, this is so traumatic..I'm crying my eyes out!! Though I have never experienced the lost of a child, except for miscarriage and that's hard enough, I can imagine the pain! I have a 17 yr old and I worry about my kids all the time, especially when they leave home. She sounds beautiful, inside and out..What a wise poem she wrote! So sweet of you to do this request and dedicate this poem! What a lovely and outstanding have such talent!!!
Hugs, Cathy
Reviewed by Steve Ralph
Linda, this is beautiful and heart wrenching, such a beautiful girl to be lost so young, thank you for sharing this poem with us.
Reviewed by Kimberly(sister)
Thank you so much for this and the poem. We as a family really needed something like this.You are trully appreciated from the family of Jennifer Tamme. She was an incredible person and words can't describe what we are going through it is a terrible pain. Thank you Wil for doing this to. You are apart of the family to and do not let anyone tell you different. Thanks again Linda.
Reviewed by Sherra Edwards
The Poem was Awesome! Jenny and I shared a class together when she and I both were in Law works together. Jenny was a very sweet girl and no matter what she would tell it like it was so you better be prepared to listen. Her fellow classmates will miss her when school starts but we all know that we'll see her again one day in heaven!
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
Write Linda You Are There LIGHT . That End Of
Humanities Tunnel_

(God) Guides Your Hand, Never Let Go Of It Him (God)...

Your Friend, TRASK
Reviewed by Wil Clark
Hey,Thanks for putting this for the world to see!!!we will always miss her no matter what.. I LOVE YOU JENNY!!!!-WIL
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
This is a beautiful tribute. Wonderful for you to do this.
Reviewed by Beth Boyer (Reader)
Linda, what a beautiful tribute to someone who died so young. God only takes the best.

Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
Linda, This is such a tragedy. You've presented a wonderful tribute to a very special young lady. I'll keep her friends and family in my prayers! ~SH~
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