joseph lonergan

Rookie (19th march 1952 / Ireland)

Lady Di


Her Irish blood flowed within her veins
She and Husband Charles walked in separate lane's
He had craved another she was left alone
In her lonely silence stronger had she grown

Taking on the top royals all of them
Talking to her lawyers I'm divorcing him
They were very jealous in their disbelieve
Never was it considered she would ever leave

She than met another marriage on the cards
She dismissed her security all her bodyguard's
She was out with Dodi wanting to be alone
Tired of the media Diana she had grown

In a Paris tunnel on that saddest night
Diana's car crashed and out went a light
Millions came to grieve Charles didn't cry
But we all admired our beautiful lady Di

Submitted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 23, 2013

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Dedicated to the peoples princess lady Di died 1997 R.I.P

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