But Not Forgotten Poem by Dorothy Parker

But Not Forgotten

Rating: 3.7


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
And smiling, in the secret night,
And feel my arms about you when
The day comes fluttering back again.
I think, no matter where you be,
You'll hold me in your memory
And keep my image, there without me,
By telling later loves about me.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Edward Kofi Louis 13 July 2015

You will not soon forget my hands; with the muss of life and love. Nice work.

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John Richter 21 October 2014

Absolutely perfect in every way, each line only inviting zeal for the next... Big fan of Dorothy......

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Cynthia Buhain-baello 08 July 2009

Perfect and profound. Comparison is the best form of flattery, as one is used as the 'standard' others need to measure up to. Great write as always.

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penguin4ever theyrox 06 December 2006

This is my fav poem..... read it, it would remind you about something.

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Gaurav Mittal 09 July 2007

An absolutely wonderful poem. I have really taken a strong liking to the poetry of Dorothy Parker.

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Nabakishore Dash 12 September 2021

Beautiful depiction of love in poem.

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Larry 20 August 2018

Same theme as Taylor Swift's Wildest Dreams.

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Sarabjeet 16 December 2017

Such a beautiful poem..

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Kaisar Sagoo 24 July 2016

amazing, wonderful remind sweet memories...

3 1 Reply
Jo Leo 17 September 2015

Beautiful! I really like this poem.

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