Diane Wright

Rookie (March 11,1944 / Nashua, Iowa)

Diane Wright
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I learned only a couple of years ago that I have a cousin by the name of T.S. Elliot, who is well-known for his poetry, so I began writing poetry as a hobby. It has been well received, and I have been published in books of anthology in the International Library of Poetry, Owings Mills, Maryland as well as Noble House in New York City, with offices in London, England and Paris, France. I have two boys, Aaron and Eric who are 38 and 34 years, respectively. I am divorced and live with my white cat, Zoe, in Springfield, Virginia, outside of Washington, DC. I work as an Administrative Assistant for a military research and development firm in Alexandria, VA. more »

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What Are Fathers Made Of?

Little boys are made of snails and puppy dog tails
But fathers are made of concern and love
Ready to give aid when the going is rough
Or be a throwing partner with a baseball and glove.

Fathers are made of compassion too
Shown in a different way from Mom’s pure heart
She is emotional and may cry a lot
Dad just listens with wisdom to impart.

Yes, wisdom that comes from ages ago
Lived through his father and generations before
Stories he relates are sure to fix what ails
Pulling the right story from his wisdom in store.

Fathers are strong to stand ...

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