The Happiness In Letting Go - Poem by Rachel Henley
Sometimes letting go,
of someone you loved,
is perhaps, the most kindest, loving act, one can do.
Not because it gives you the sense of peace.
It lets the other, perhaps live,
free of guilt, regret and be at peace also.
Acknowledging what has gone, has gone,
can allow the happiness, arrive to you both.
Different means, yes, but hey,
you always wanted to make each other happy right?
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