The Love Continues for Michael Jackson 7 Years Later

Posted: June 26, 2016 in Just opinion and nothing more

2016 has been a tough year, and I did not make my annual visit to the Great Mausoleum at Forest Lawn on June 25th. I’m reblogging an article by an excellent photographer who did visit and shares some of the astonishingly creative offerings from fans all over the world. The flowers are simply spectacular. Thank you, Hannah Kozak, and also to Willa Stillwater who shared Hannah’s post with her community.

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The Love Continues for Michael Jackson 7 Years Later

© hannah kozak My MJ dolls

© hannah kozak Homemade card at Forest Lawn 23 June 2016

Every year since Michael Jackson left us, I enter Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale, on June 25. This year I am overwhelmed and amazed by the 10,547 roses thoughtfully placed for Michael like a big beautiful blanket surrounding all the other gifts for him from individuals near and far. The roses are a coordinated effort by Robyn Starkand’s group: One Rose for Michael Jackson.

© hannah kozak The arrival of roses from One Rose for Michael Jackson – created and organized by Robyn Starkand.

© hannah kozak A fan helping set up the roses.

© hannah kozak Forest Lawn – 25 June 2016

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Rumi wrote that the wound is where the light enters you. Michael’s light continues to light the way for his soldiers of love, on the seventh anniversary of his departure from this earthly plane. The media…

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  1. hannahkozak says:

    Thank you for sharing and reblogging. I look forward to spending some time on your site. It’s all for love.

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