Diane Andrews was born in Wainuiomata, NZ in 1953. She and her husband sailed from Sydney to Cairns in a tiny boat. She now lives in Cairns, is involved in many activities from fossicking to publishing and poetry performances. She's recently survived cancer, with the most amazing response seen by oncologists, using medical treatment, diet and alternative medicines. She's been featured in many poetry and short story anthologies and placed in several competitions.
Hold me blue moon for all of the night
And hold me until dawn's first light
We said it is till death do part us
But really it's so much more than that
'Tis you can always come to my door
You can talk to me more and more