#LoveMadeVisible: Love’s Lessons, By Diane Hanington

If you had a love and the love was lost

There’s a lesson in the loss of that love

What you can learn from a love that’s been lost

Can lead you toward a larger love

If the lesson you will learn from a lost love isn’t learnt

Then the love that was lost was just lost

But if the lesson from the lost love is learnt

Then the love lost wasn’t a loss

Don’t lose the lessons you learned from lost love

Those lessons heal the love that was lost

One day you’ll leap into a lasting love

So long to that lingering love loss

About Diane: I’m a writer of picture books and middle grade books. I am currently working on my first MG fantasy novel. Besides writing, my passions are watching the Tennis Opens, playing tennis, researching my genealogy, browsing flea markets, crossword puzzles, and reading.


This entry was posted in #LoveMadeVisible, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to #LoveMadeVisible: Love’s Lessons, By Diane Hanington

  1. Erik Ammon says:

    Thanks for sharing that. It took me a while to learn those lessons, and when I did, it led me to my lasting love.

  2. Diane Hanington says:

    Thanks for reading Erik. I’m glad you have found your lasting love!

  3. Chrissa Pedersen says:

    The repetition of love and loss pulls you through almost like a mantra.

  4. Kristen C.S. says:

    Love the alliteration and the thought processes the lines provoke. =)

  5. Diane Hanington says:

    Thank you Kristen.

Comments are closed.