by Harry



They say ’tis better to have

Loved and lost

Than never to have loved at all.

But I however must

Question the cost

Of a heart

That is stripped raw.

A heart stripped bare

Of all its love

A heart that can

No longer feel.

A heart that once

Fit like a glove

In your palm

Is now

Under your heel.

Left there to rot

And fade away

Soon to nothing

But dust.

Left there to ache

As I watch you play

Your innocent

Games of lust.

-Linda Lee Lyberg


6 Comments to “”

  1. I would always go with ‘loved and lost’. Never to feel at all is never living. Being loved and losing that, all would be living, true purpose of life i consider

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