Is good-bye really good-bye?
Good byes are transitory
a wave, a smile, a warm kiss
leaving only starts the timer
till reunion once again
Be not sad, but glad, time spent
kiss the flower there before
smell the sweetness, savor one
some memories... never fade
This sojourn, this speckled road
calls out, all departing times
horizons wait, the road's clock
good byes are...transitory
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
No, good bye is not really good bye. Very nice and soothing, thank you.
- jennyLv 71 decade ago
Some good-byes are the longest ever known, And now I think
on ------------are all Byes "good"
I am now tempted to post a poem wrote in 1997, maybe I
will-------- This is an interesting study on the word and takes my mind to many places, ever in wonder who said the first
good- bye, and the cousin words to good-bye, farewell, adieu,
etc. Horizions do await, Kudos! on a deep subject with just a word!
- MargueriteLv 71 decade ago
Yes, good byes are transitory. In addition, a good bye is a hello to something new.
- 1 decade ago
Many good-byes are merely "au revoirs." Let us hope that at least some are "transitory."
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- gale sLv 51 decade ago
It is good-bye where ever you may roam.
The one I use when leaving a good friend
God bless, take care, until we meet again.
- Coop 366Lv 71 decade ago
Good, a short walk down memory lane. Thank you.
- 1 decade ago
No. Good Bye need not always be Good Bye. It can also be Bad Buy sometimes..... :-8
- Semp-listic!Lv 71 decade ago
Depends on who's saying it, and why. Very beautiful poem my friend. One could learn much from Neonman!
- sherLv 51 decade ago
Very beautiful poem
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Very nice. Memories will fade.