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The meaning is that when the person someone loves is gone or has to leave, it makes you hurt inside. Sometimes you need you're own space and you think you can handle being alo…ne but when someone leaves you you find out you can't and there is a chance you could never see that someone again.
went away or not here
Perhaps there is someone better for you or your lover--but we can hardly know the mind of God!
"Let bygones be bygones." It means that you should leave whatever happened in the past
That a person, service, or product has taken a sharp decline and no longer meets expectations.
I think very wiltered, old and fragile.
Just totally all gone!
Both are technically correct. There are subtle differences between the tenses, depending on what you want to say. The phrase "has gone" is in the Present Perfect tense, and "h…ad gone" is in the Past Perfect tense. He has gone home. This means that he left wherever he was and went to wherever he calls "home". In the Present Perfect tense, this sentence states that his current (or last known) situation is going home. He had gone home. This means that he went to wherever he calls "home" at some time in the past, before the present time and/or the time frame of the reference made (such as "He had gone home before the party really started."). The act of going home lies entirely and explicitly in the past. In common English, both of these tenses are often (incorrectly) treated interchangeably, and context clarifies the original meaning. Indeed, many people aren't aware that there is a semantic difference between them. In formal writing or speech, it's best to make sure that you are using the correct tense in order to avoid embarrassing errors.
It's when people have it.
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The poem seems quiet easy at the start but in the end it becomes quiet confusing. The poet is away from his love and in the middle of the night he seems to miss her very much.… He has spent all his day with star of his eye and now when the sun is set he is alone.Although this has just happened but the poet feels the distances and times are too much. He is feeling like he has been away from her for years. He longs for the the beauty of his love and remembers how beautifully she is , how Beautiful her eyes are and how lovely her shape is.But as the start of dusk and coming of night he has leave her and now he longs for her.He thinks this night and this dusk has treated him cruelly by forcing him away from his beloved. But at the end the poet shows a sign of positivity. He thinks that the night and its darkness is like a fragrant curtain for him which has its own relishes and sweetness.This darkness makes the poem to miss his beloved and so to love her more and more and to feel a strange delight of being away from her.
It means 'forget the bad things which happened in our past.' "You and I have always fought like cats and dogs over every detail of running the business. I'm prepared to let by…gones be bygones, so how about we shake hands and try to be friends?"
"Let's hope that the trail has not gone cold" could mean: "Let's hope that the path we are following hasn't reached a dead-end"
Basically, it means "disappeared". Scarlett wonders if her home, Tara, has survived or is "gone with the wind which had swept through Georgia." Margaret Mitchell took the …expression from a poem by Ernest Dowson, "I have forgot much, Cynara! Gone with the wind, Flung roses, roses riotously with the throng"