Doyle was born at Cathedral Close, Norwich, England, and is believed to have lived there all her life.
She published a volume of poetry, Poems, in 1923. Aside from her poetry, she had a reputation as an artist and craftsman, having exhibited her paintings and furniture at galleries in England. Her painting Lock 75, Cassiobury Canal is at Norwich Castle Museum.
She is believed to have died in Norwich in 1944. In her will, dated 1944, she left half of her estate for the maintenance of Norwich Castle Museum.
Louis Untermeyer: "Her Poems (1923) reveal the same sensitivity to line and motion as her drawings; even so tiny a sketch as 'The Rabbit' has the faithful economy of a Japanese print, while "March' is a whimsical painting in the modern manner, faintly suggestive of Edward Thomas."
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