Joan Kinney

(Jacksonville, FL, USA)

Farewell: To A Princess - Poem by Joan Kinney

There once was lovely girl,
who married the prince of whales,
There were many, many woes and
certainly many tales. She lived in a monarch for a while
soon two children—came with a smile,
She walked, in a ray of light,
learning and reaching, was her plight, So, sadly she crashed in a car,
so, young and beautiful, by far,
The flowers: cards: were miles and miles long,
and Elton John, snag his song, To a "Rose" we've taken a sigh,
her name was "Princess Di". *DIANNA*

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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