In remembrance of....
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The following poem was written by a personal friend. I believe it to be a great tribute to Princess Di. This poem is copyrighted by the owner.
Ordinary people, trying to imagine the gap
The space she just inhabited
The children desolate without the Mothers lap.
Is this so different than anothers grief
This tall, brave lady
Fluttering down like Autumns last leaf.
She waited, and she watched, with a hurt so deep it showed
Though she tried, in vain, to disguise it
Her privacy was owed.
Privacy to cover wounds, a time to cry, to weep
To go to bed but not to sleep.
Her light left on at night, reported,
and by paparazzi will recorded.
She is at peace at last
Her life will be researched and scrutinised
by scholars combing through the past.
Now she is free, she is really free
To roam in Regent Street or on the beach at St. Tropez
If that is her desire
Privately, with no-one there, or with her friend, her handsome squire.
No-one to peep, no-one to pry
She can look up at last, to see the sky.
So hang your heads in shame
All you who pried and pushed and gawked
At this proud lady
"Hang your heads"
For, in times gone by
Those same heads would be hanging
on Tower Bridge to dry.
--By Patricia M. Steele
August 31, 1997
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