Doris Elizabeth Taylor

(Columbia, SC, USA)

Diana - Poem by Doris Elizabeth Taylor

As we look far and near
We still remember Di
Her smiles and other expressions
The compassion she showed
There was not an age limit
The race, it didn't matter
Her morals and character
Held her very high
But she wasn't too high
To see others not on her level
Her life she expressed many times
Keep it simple put the royalty aside
In her eyes she saw it all
There her heart, it was very large
She didn't hide her feelings
She wanted to share them with all
The whole wide world if you can recall
That's Di, she was loved by all
We could never forget
We will always remember her standing tall
She lives forever...


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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