Goodbye Quotes and Sayings - Page 8
Life is not fair when you have 2 say goodbye 2 someone you love
You should never say goodbye, if you do I think you should take a step back and look at how you just made someone feel and I hope you realize it.
Being strong sometimes means being able to let go.
Saying goodbye isn’t the hard part, it’s what we leave behind that’s tough.
I’m afraid, afraid to see your face again, afraid of all those feelings rushing back… Maybe just maybe…i’m most afraid of being in love with you still… And that’s what I fear the most…
You said you cared about me and you said in your vows we shall stay together till we die then why did you leave me.
You don’t realize you love him, until he says goodbye.
There is a time for departure even when there is no certain place to go.
– Tennessee Williams
Why are the words goodbye, I’m sorry and I love you, so easily pronounced, but so hard to say?
We say goodbye, but if it’s fate then we’ll say hello agian.
I don’t really want to say goodbye
I don’t really want to leave you
But now I have to go away
Stay away from you forever
Goodbye is not the end of everything but merely the beginning of something that probably can hurt or make you happy again.
True goodbyes are the ones never said or explained.
The best goodbyes are the ones that never happen.
Saying goodbye to someone you truely love means saying goodbye to your true happiness
Goodbyes are harder than hellos, Why? Because nobody wants to say goodbye to a good hello.
You loved me, I loved you. You hurt me so bad and left me no other choice but to hate you. I never wanted to grow apart… My heart is so fragile and sweet and I gave all of it to you but you took it for granted. Goodbye.
Goodbyes are never easy…because there’s so much you’re leaving behind
It hurts letting go to someone you loved but in the end you will realize it was for the best.
Why is it that every ‘hello’ makes the ‘goodbye’ even harder to say?
Saying goodbye is the hardest word that our mouth can utter. It needs enough time before saying it.
Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.
– Khalil Gibran