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  1. But Not Forgotten’ by Dorothy Parker is a poem about memory and its influence. In the first lines of this poem, the speaker begins by suggesting that no matter where “you” go that she will always be there.

  2. A short funeral verse about remembering a loved one. But Not Forgotten I think, no matter where you stray, That I shall go with you a way. Though you may wander sweeter lands, You will not soon forget my hands, Nor yet the way I held my head, Nor all the tremulous things I said. You still will see me, small and white

  3. Gone, but Not Forgotten. My Son Lives in Paradise. My Daughter Walks with Jesus. Just a Breath Away. My Child Has Been Set Free. A Child Dies of Cancer. One More River to Cross. Depression Takes a Life. I Lost My Friend to Cancer.

  4. Oct 13, 2021 · My Journey's Just Begun - Gone But Not Forgotten by Ellen Brenneman - Funeral Poem Celebrant Marc - Funeral Inspiration 559 subscribers Subscribe 2.5K views 1 year ago My Journey's Just...

  5. Poem About Being Gone But Not Forgotten. I lost my Gran to cancer a few years ago and had to say a few words at her funeral. Cora Dowson was one of a kind, a caring and larger than life character - a blast to be around. It was sad seeing her in so much pain in her final few months, and although I was gutted at her passing, I was glad she wasn't ...

  6. A wave crashing onto an empty beach, I went to talk, but I've lost all speech. A whisper in the winter night's air. How can this be true, how can this be fair? You were meant to live; this just feels rotten. You're gone now, but you're not forgotten. A ray of sunshine through darkened clouds. The silence is deafening amidst the crowds.

  7. But Not Forgotten by Dorothy Parker - Famous poems, famous poets. - All Poetry Store But Not Forgotten I think, no matter where you stray, That I shall go with you a way. Though you may wander sweeter lands, You will not soon forget my hands, Nor yet the way I held my head, Nor all the tremulous things I said. You still will see me, small and white

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