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bob, boo, rob... depends on who you knew first wrote on 5th April 2006 at 11:51 pm:
hey bruv. havent known what to wright (still not sure, kind of in the same boat as alot of people, but hear goes a skatter brain atempt). you were such a huge part of my life (as in the first 18 years), and i miss you teribly. theres no big bro to say "dont tell dad" anymore or lead me (and my mates) astray. the smallest things are realy what hits you hardest, a smell, a sound, a place. you should see my hands shake wile i wright this, youd be laughing your arse off. so many good memories, getting smashed on free wine at dads graduation, meeting warious official types at private views (again with plenty of free wine), never turn down a good thing hu. theres no matt's house to escape to when i needed to get away from things (such as reality). i miss you dude. all my love boo XXXXXXX p.s. can i have my sound card back
Em wrote on 5th April 2006 at 12:12 am:
sweets! i ad a great dream bout ya. love you mate.cheers for meeting me on the beach one last timegreat to know you're well and in your own good timealways were up for it, always were corrupt a bitup for the realms of overwhelm, loony at the helm, i so wish you well, i SO wish you well.xxxxxxxXXXXXXXXXXXXxxxxxsome photos comin as soon as i comandeer some technology :)xxx
Katy wrote on 3rd April 2006 at 2:00 pm:
Hey Matt, I know I've left it a long time to write you a message but I haven't really known what to say. I guess all that matters is that I love you and I miss you. xxxx
Golly wrote on 3rd April 2006 at 2:15 am:
Happy Birthday MattYou're playing with the Moon, now,The Stars themselves move in your dream,Past the lands of demons,disguised as Beauty,Past the dream of time and space,Where the lines of chaos,Intersect with shapes of order,Forming places we think are real.Returning now to life's oblivion,Leaving all-in-one behind,Choose wisely now,Your next vessel,Carry on the dreams you had,Grow in Strength, and Health and wisdom..For iI will always Love You..Signed your DadXXXXXXXX
Maddy wrote on 28th March 2006 at 1:39 pm:
Well, Matt.....So you've joined Lucas.Both of you gone on ahead of the rest of us much too soon.....Luc in the early summer of 1999 and you only last month.....I remember when you and Luc shared a flat together in Street and then when Luc and Sam (Luc's sister) shared one in Benedict St., and how you always seemed to be round there with them..... You two lads had a really special relationship, almost like brothers. Well you were really, maybe not biologically but certainly spiritually..... And how you'd both tumble into our house and eat everything.....and how exasperating and loveable you both were.....So now you have the whole Universe and all its dimensions to play with and see how they work.....Have fun.....We love you.....You have both left a huge hole in our hearts.Maddy (Luc's Mum) X X
chris wrote on 13th March 2006 at 7:36 pm:
hey dude another tequila sunrise, you can drink as many as you want no more hangovers.i miss you dude i remember walkin down the high street with u my body guard i look up and laugh god you're tall i have to look higher now. will see you again you are a star nowxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 🙂 (: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Golly wrote on 9th March 2006 at 10:17 am:
Still standing,Feels like a cliff top, like the one where the saucers flew from out of the sunset,Strange to find that i can no longer see you, watching the evening flight returning home...I know you are there, the joyful child leaping across the feild towards me...The smiling man walking , looselimbed, down Glastonbury High Street...The artist, wanting so much to show me your new work...All of these are in my memories, and more...The time you had mumps, and the doctor thought it was a virus...The times you missed your cue with tibet...Seeing you appear, wet and cold, from out of the mist in the bog in the sky...The joy that you had for the new washing machine the last time i saw you, as Postman Steve and you plumbed it in, you reminded me of the mad baron fixing his pushbike...Matt, Mate, I'll miss you so much, but i have so many memories to keep me warm in the cold times ahead... Thank you....
geoff wrote on 8th March 2006 at 5:03 pm:
well you left us early -- thanks for being
Scots (Bridgy) Steve wrote on 5th March 2006 at 9:10 am:
Matt, my Full Moon Dog, I miss you so much. You brought more love and adventure to my life than any man I have ever met. Enjoy bro.Steve x
Lozz wrote on 1st March 2006 at 6:32 pm:
to dearest matt! all my love gos out to you in this time of confusion loss and beginning. From all the great times i hav spent with u it has beena wounderful friendship you always always looked after me and looked out for me where ever we were at festy's shareing food at partys making sure i was ok and had somewhere to stay and just sitting in ur flat chilling out eating pasta.My sister anna loved u so very much and so did i and the amazing memorys of ur wounderful life will never ever leave me or my sister til me meet again all my love in this world LOZ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Fiona wrote on 26th February 2006 at 11:05 am:
Friday 24th February 2006 ñ what a celebration!Thank you all for being there and sharing your love ñ so many people, so much support, so many memories. From the convoy (40 - 50 vehicles accompanied Matt on his last journey from Glastonbury to Taunton, Yeah!!) to the piper, to the vast sea of faces of his friends and family, to the memories and messages shared both at the Crematorium and later. Matt went surrounded by music, which was such a large part of his life. Did we have a party? Yes! I canít count the number of people who helped in so many different ways ñ we couldnít have done it without you. There was no better way to send him off ñ be proud of yourselves! The memory of the day is helping to hold my heart together ñ so many of you shared a little bit of your hearts with me. Thank you for loving my boy.Fiona (Mattís mum) and John
Jon Cole wrote on 24th February 2006 at 11:50 pm:
MattI miss you matey. You called a spade a spade and were a trooper of the highest calibre. We always seemed to bump into one another in some place or other. I am sad I never got to know you better but if you are out there some where you'll know that I cared.Jon X
Su, Matt's 'Auntie' wrote on 24th February 2006 at 10:08 am:
MattFor 2 days I have wanted to write something to you and not known what. Now I do! When I saw you yesterday I asked you why it has rained every day since you went, so why do I open my curtains this morning to glorious sun shining through falling snow? Some will say it's just the weather, I think you just remembered I don't get wet. You always were the first to notice stuff, the first to see the sea, the stars and the fascination of growing mould. Life's a journey, but when it's over we embark on the greatest adventure of all, trust you to be the trailblazer and get there first. Luv ya, Sunbeam. Su xx
Sue wrote on 23rd February 2006 at 3:16 pm:
Matt,I have always known your loveliness,your wildness, your beauty. At Campus your playfulness delighted me and Sam so thank you for smiling on us.I will be there for your mum ,sister Katy and John in their time of grief. We miss you but are glad to know your life was young, adventurous, spirited and free.I will be there to celebrate you tomorrow Matt and in my own life will keep your brightness alive by being close to your family.May peace and wonder unite us all in spirit. XXXXXXX Sue
mary lynch wrote on 23rd February 2006 at 5:36 am:
Hello Golly, what a way to reconnect.know that I am surrounding you with strength,courage and much love.Old Ray Pope my healer/medium friend left on the 17th so he will be in good company and as close as a prayer.Will wet the shamrock on the 24th
Gerard wrote on 23rd February 2006 at 3:34 am:
Oh Matt,The world feels a bit empty now.Our sporadic meetings were a source of much happiness to me. Cheers for helping me open my eyes.Gonna miss you mate.All my love.Gx
Graham S wrote on 22nd February 2006 at 10:19 pm:
Matt,I didn't know you but you loved the ones I love too, and I feel for them now. So this is for you all, to know that we're thinking about you. Remember the good times, and the love that's still there.Graham, Belinda, Jago, Tomxxxx
Tony & Anne wrote on 22nd February 2006 at 6:48 pm:
Matt,We will allways love you and miss lots.John's DAD
Golly, Matt's Dad wrote on 22nd February 2006 at 12:48 pm:
Matt,Where does it go? what does it do? What happens if i do that? Why does that do that and how can i make it do summat else?Always the questioner, and then always the adventurer to find out the answers....We held hands when you were a child, and then held minds as you became a man...I miss your hand in mine, but your mind will be forever near me, close enuff to touch, and as far as the farthest star as you fly onward....I Love you Dad
the_dave wrote on 21st February 2006 at 11:35 pm:
I wrote you a poem when i found out the news,then promtly lost it.. (how appropriate :))so i'll say this...You were a true visionary and a great friend through times of great change.. we saw new worlds together and planned even newer ones.. our random meetings were always so well was your sense of humour. I will truly miss you and try to keep up your good work untilo we meet again .. peace and much love.. may your soul find true happinessDave