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Love Lost

Discussion in 'Brick Slayers' started by cole1, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. cole1

    cole1 New Jack

    Joined: Nov 17, 2004 Messages: 7 Likes Received: 0
    Good Morning all,
    Now that all the insanity is over I can write. For those of you who knew Jeff well will know who is writing this letter. Jeff was my first love, my best friend and my soul mate. Through the love of the city and art we found eachother in 1999. Through the years we molded together as one. I had finally found someone just like me. Crazy graff missions, trips to Cape Cod, New Hamphire, Montreal and the Carribean......sitting at home blazing and drawing nonstop, taking pictures, telling jokes, pretending to be badgers....hahha. I have so many memories of this man. Things began to fall apart in 2002 due to "differences" and although I didnt agree with some of his choices, We stayed in touch through out the years, and close friends and family were sure we would love again, but I never stopped loving and I knew he didnt either. The reason that I am sharing this with 12ozprophet is because I know that there are alot of you on here that remember our 4 years together, 2 peas in a pod. I love some of you so much and Im so sad that we reconnected during such a devastating time. I have boxes of memories that I would like to share with you all, but I know Jeff would be angry if I showed anything but the tough talkin, bombing bandit Teaze.lol. but I will post some pictures of a side of Jeff that noone knew. The romantic loving individual that I knew and a couple other lucky women knew as well. Dance, if you are reading this I wish you were here with us to share the pain, but Im sure you are dealing with it in your own way. Jillian, if you are reading this, this is the time to put our differences aside and like I told you yesterday, he would have been so happy to see us embrace on his behalf. So Now I put aside all of my hate and anger, and I offer forgivness.....
    A couple months ago I told Jeff I was painting and he was so excited, we sat in my studio for 6 hours while he painted me a sign for my store. That was the last time I saw him and I couldnt have asked for a better last memory.....And last but not least Debbie, Dick, Val and Justin...you ARE my second family and I love you guys so much. I will not pity you because I know you are stronger than that, just know that when ever you want to laugh and reminise you know where to find me.
    I know that some day we will meet again. I love you so much Jeffrey Michael Campbell, the crazy artist from Pembroke that entered me and my families life and made me believe in true love.
    R.I.P Teaze
    May 14, 1978-March 25, 2005

    I would like to share a poem witten by my mother...because im sure you all remember the day Jeff walked into your life.

    The Day You Walked Into Our Lives...

    Why can't we believe
    That we will never see you again
    The promise of today
    Brings everlasting life
    And yet, we grieve and think of you
    The way you were when we first met

    You came into our home
    With open heart and gifts of love
    Gentle spirit and kind ways you showed our girl
    And brought laughter and tears
    And yet, we grieve and think of you
    The way you were when we first met

    Your impish smile and quirky style
    We miss those days
    When you would stay up all night
    You and our girl
    Like One
    At work with pen and paint
    And great delight

    A paper left, a work of art
    The enchanted world where both would find
    That special bond our girl and you
    So deeply felt and do still feel
    A bond so deep that life itself
    And death us part
    Will never leave our souls, our hearts

    And so today a promise made
    Of everlasting life
    We celebrate your gifts to us
    In them, we find your heart and soul
    And yet, we grieve and remember you
    The way you were when we first met

    Your joyful ways
    Your love of life
    We hold so close
    Forever dear, we will not forget
    The day you walked into our life

    God speed......Jude March 27,2005

    I have many pictures and drawings to share....i will post em as soon as I get them all ready. God Bless.