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Saying goodbye to a friend is one of the most difficult tasks in the world. Make it easy by using the poems/poetry given here.

Goodbye Friend Poems

While the buzzword today is globalization, humans have a tough competition to win every time. To be in sync in the race, we often tend to relocate ourselves to places far off from our hometowns, where we leave our family and friends to make our careers and our living. The toughest time is then to say goodbye to your friends who mean the world to you and who were there in centre of every thing that touched your life. Why don’t you say goodbye to your friend with poems that will convey your feelings and emotions. It will also provide a ray of hope to meet again in future to and all the moments that you will miss.

Goodbye Poetry for Friends

You and I will meet again
When we're least expecting it
One day in some far off place
I will recognize your face
I won't say goodbye my friend
For you and I will meet again
- Tom Petty

Why can't we get all the people together in the world
that we really like and then just stay together?
I guess that wouldn't work.
Someone would leave.
Someone always leaves.
Then we would have to say good-bye.
I hate good-byes.
I know what I need.
I need more hellos.
- Charles M. Schulz

Emotions ran through my head
I found myself wishing I was dead
All because you were moving away
I knew I would never see you another day

You got in your car and waved goodbye
and then I was left all alone to cry
I felt helpless, and all alone
I could only talk to you on the phone

You were my neighbor, and my best friend
Why, Oh why did it have to end?
You made me so happy, so carefree
You made it feel okay for me to be me

It's been almost a year since you moved away
but it feels like it was only yesterday
I remember everything you used to do
It may seem impossible, but it's true

You were the best friend I ever had
Now that you left me, I am beyond sad
I love and I miss you more than you ever knew
You've taught me so much, and I want to say thank you.
- Stephanie M. Wendorf