Di Doyle


About Di Doyle

Hello to all budding poets out there like myself, l was prompted to write something after the death of my father. Many people have liked what l have written and a few have asked for my permission so they could use it at their father's funeral. Well l have decided that if my words can comfort someone or express how they feel, at a time time when so many are stuck for words..... yes people are free to use my poems and can change it to suit ie: mother, sister brother etc

All l ask is that you use my name as you would with any other poet and please do not use for profit

Thank you for reading x
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    Poems by Di Doyle

  • Wish You Were Here

    • Published: May 2008

    in Loss of Father Poems

    Three months have passed.
    I'll never forget the day
    Someone rang to tell me
    That you'd gone away.


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    About two months ago I lost my father. I cannot say that it was unexpected, yet now I realize that there is nothing in life that can prepare us to bear this void. He remained in the intensive...

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  • I Love You Dad

    • Published: January 2009

    in Funeral Poems

    I love you Dad with all my heart
    And hate that we should be apart
    Our love is a bond that can't be broken
    You may be gone but never forgotten


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    I lost my dad last week. I never got to say goodbye. I'm lying here wishing that I had one moment to tell you I love you. I lie here thinking about when I was a little girl and you were...

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  • Diana Doyle, Rhyl
  • 8 years ago

Hello, l am not sure if l messaged you once before, but l hope that you took it upon yourself to read this at your Dad's funeral. l feel that if what l put into words sums up how someone else feels they can gladly use it. Sorry but l do not visit this site much and do not get any notifications from it. l am trying to get permission for my poems to be used freely by anyone who likes them.

Many thanks for liking my poem

Di x

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