Biography of Dianna Nally
I was born in Bakersfield California in 1954 to Mr.& Mrs Dave Martin. I am the 6th of 8 children. Although my youngest brother passes at the age of 8wks. We were a simple family. Mom and dad always worked. I use to spend my time writing in a secret book I kept under my things in my closet. I don't think anyone knew it was there. I graduated high school in 1972 from Van Nuys High School in Van Nuys CA. I met my husband on Van Nuys Blvd. We were married in 1975, and have 3 wonderful adult children who have blessed us with 3 beautiful grand children. I have been writing seriously for 30 yrs. Writing was always a form of home therapy for me. I hope someday to write a poetry book and title it ' A Life Full of Experiences.' Everything I write usually has to do with myself, or someone close to me. Everything I write comes from my heart and soul. That is where reality lives.
Dianna Nally Poems
The Gift Of Friendship
It's hard to find a friendship that is truly real Sometimes it's hard to trust Never give up on making new friends Friends are like family, and family is a must.
A Good Marriage
A good marriage is made of equal respect And the ability to communicate You have to be able to talk to each other You have to be able to relate
So Many Thank You's
I have so many people to thank in my life My god, where should I start? Well I thank my parents for giving me life And in that I believe god had a part.
Precious Moments (My Daughter Wedding)
Precious moments, today they begin Together you will stay till the very end. Through love, pain, glory and sadness May your day's always end with joy and gladness.
Hold On To The Memories
Memories are sometimes the only thing a person has Because sometime in our life, we all lose someone we love. And sometimes a memory is all a loved one has to leave us When their time comes.
It's October and Halloween is near Little kids all done up for Trick or Treat. Going neighborhood to neighborhood, door to door Hoping they get the most goodies to eat.
Mama Please Don'T Cry
I know your heart is aching, and you don't understand why I had to die And it's hard for you to cope with this But Ma Ma please don't cry.
In every family there is tradition for special times in their life. In mine that special time was the day you made me your wife.
The Good Life
Oh yes, this is the life A life filled with love No it isn't money that makes me so wealthy, it's the man up above.
Welcome To The Family
We would like to express our welcome to you, Rachael, Paige, Bailey and Tim. We'd also like to let our son know, just how proud we are of him.
No Ones Perfect
I know I am far from perfect And I never claim to be Don't judge someone that you don't know First you should get to know me.
I'd like to wish you all Season's Greeting's And let you know you are in our thoughts I hope your Turkey's juicy, and your stuffings moist And remind you to thank god for what you've got.
I Heard Her Pain
A quiet night, just me and my man relaxing together, nothing more When suddenly I hear a terrifying scream coming from the apartment next door.
A Mother's Denial
A mother knows that her child is good She wants to believe they always will be. But sometimes that mothers eyes need pried open And she sees something she doesn't want to see.
Today I lost a friend, and I
believe that life's unfair
It makes it hard to open up
and allow yourself to care.
Why do we lose the ones that are good
And allow the bad to go on?
Who decides who lives or dies
And who will wake to the morning sun.