To My Husband

To My Husband

Come walk with me, my love, my dear When twilight dims the sky Along the soft, deserted sands, Let it be you and I. Please take my hand as long ago When love was young and new You scooped a sand crab up for me From waters azure blue. I hummed a song that came to mind,...
Motherhood

Motherhood

Three noisy, squirming bundles That bellowed out their woes, And motherhood was thrust on me With tiny hands and toes. Sleep soon became uncommon As they made their presence known, But how I treasured early hours And special times alone. When cooing became language...
Taking the Train

Taking the Train

In past years I used to drive up to my oldest son’s in Simi Valley, the other side of Los Angeles. It usually took about 3 hours with the traffic and was a very taxing trip. Then my son suggested I take the train. The Coaster goes up the coast for quite a ways before...
New Poetry and a Musical

New Poetry and a Musical

Had fun revising my poetry book, “Wings of the Wind” with White Glove Publishing through my agent, Joyce Hart.  Took out some of the poems and added others that had been written more recently.  The company that published the book before with all my friend Dixie...

The Story in the Stars

The Story in the Stars By Diana Wallis Taylor    12/16 The heaven’s declare the glory of God For it’s written in the Word. God showed the redemption story, Before ever voice was heard. In the constellation VIRGO We are shown the promised seed. A virgin shall conceive...

A Tale of Perseverance

This week I was honored to be featured in the Run To The Finish Podcast by Carl Prude, Jr. We met at a conference where I shared my life’s story. Carl’s podcast of April 2, 2013 focuses on perseverance with my life as an example. The Run To The Finish...