#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.


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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.

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