Sweetest Goodbye

The hardest words to say are the sweetest knots in your throat

sweet sour bitter amazing tastes on the tongue

The silence turns the turbulent dagger in your heart

Words would kill us now

Silence  makes us strong

Thoughts only other broken people can see

Tears that brings tears to others stricken with this disease

Hold my hand

let us mend

I’m setting you free

4 Comments Add yours

  1. 1markt says:

    The remorse of goodbye when one is too close to whom they are saying goodbye is so typical and true of the young. I guess because with age we begin to realize that saying goodbye is more a apart of life than anything else, i.e. childhood, high school, old loves, new loves, the way things use to be, youth, and chances, college, first spouse, children, old bills, new bills,etc……. the list seems almost endless. But enjoy the feelings while they are here for you will learn how to say goodbye to them. With those pearls of wisdom I would like to invite you to visit 1markt.wordpress.com for those who may be young but think deep and those that may also verify truth.
    Marcus T. Tolbert

    1. angirach says:

      Thank you for the invite. 🙂 I will definitely check out your blog.

      I appreciate your words of clarity.

  2. Arius says:

    Words would kill us now

    At times, the unsaid is the moment of the true.

    1. angirach says:

      Sometimes, words explain nothing.

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