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"So close and yet so far" is the more common, but both imply the same thing.

(The comparison uses a metaphorical meaning for far: distant as in not emotionally close. The close is physical distance, the far is relational distance. )

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Q: Which is correct grammar for the phrase So close and yet so far or So near and yet so far?
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