Goodbye Quotes and Sayings - Page 5
The best goodbyes are the ones that never happen.
When a loved one says goodbye….it does not make someone feel bad…till they realize that their heart is really aching when he/she is not around.
Goodbyes make you think, they make you realize what you’ve had, what you’ve lost, and what you’ve taken for granted.
When your heart cries the only one who can hear is the only one listening. They feel your pain, they are the ones who are there for you. So when they are gone, you feel cold, alone and heartless. Until that day you come together as one but that day will never come, because you have ended our forever embrace with an endless word Good- bye
Didn’t even say “goodbye” you just left, I guess I wasn’t worth the explanation. Bye, I’ll miss you too.
Once, he could make me feel like I was the only girl in the world. Once, I loved him, and he loved me. And then goodbye happened.
Why does it hurt to say goodbye to someone who doesn’t even care?
The truly painful goodbyes,are the ones that are never said and never explained. You left without a word, stole away without an explanation, left me in pieces and I have no idea why.
You know I’m such a fool for you, that I would do anything for you, that I would always be there for you, but apparently you would rather play with my emotions and then leave me there waiting for you to come back and make me yours. I didn’t get the chance to say goodbye I just had to let it die.
You had me at hello, you lost me at goodbye. But everything in between, I guess was just a lie.
Goodbyes are harder than hellos, Why? Because nobody wants to say goodbye to a good hello.
The hardest part is letting go when you never had something real to hold on to.
No matter how much it hurts in the beginning, goodbye makes me miss you less, knowing that you are really gone this time.
The worst part is knowing they are really gone, but you can’t let them go.
A goodbye to some, means a hello to others.
I miss those days, those days of childhood when “goodbye” was just another way to say: “See you tomorrow.”
The pain of letting go and losing you is a relief compared to this pain in my heart of trying to hold on to you.
Goodbye has good in it for a reason.
Amazing how a “goodbye” sometimes turns into a “Why did I let you go?”.
When you said “Hello”, I knew I was never going to be able to say “Goodbye”.