Goodbye, Hello

a poem on newness

She inhaled deeply at the longing memory of him, only to exhale a subtle goodbye, letting it hang all too heavy in the air for the next passerby to be hit in the face with its harsh intent.

She looked in the rearview mirror but only for one second before returning her gaze toward the roads leading to newness, leaving behind any trace of the past. Any trace of him.

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I try to rouse others to find their truths by writing about my own! Yoga, meditation, and aromatherapy teacher. Author of 5 books — thriller, healing, poetry.

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Natalie Jeanne Maddy

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I try to rouse others to find their truths by writing about my own! Yoga, meditation, and aromatherapy teacher. Author of 5 books — thriller, healing, poetry.

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