forget-me-not


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small perennial herb having bright blue or white flowers

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His eyes were of the blue of the forget-me-not, and of a profound melancholy, save when he was plunging his hook into you, at which time two red spots appeared in them and lit them up horribly.
They have but to cross what was once the vineyard, belonging to what was once the Monastery, to come into the narrow back lane wherein stands the crazy wooden house of two low stories currently known as the Travellers' Twopenny:- a house all warped and distorted, like the morals of the travellers, with scant remains of a lattice-work porch over the door, and also of a rustic fence before its stamped-out garden; by reason of the travellers being so bound to the premises by a tender sentiment (or so fond of having a fire by the roadside in the course of the day), that they can never be persuaded or threatened into departure, without violently possessing themselves of some wooden forget-me-not, and bearing it off.
It's Forget-Me-Not time again, and Harry Kundin is back at his post.
Whenever anyone puts money in his container, Kundin hands them a paper forget-me-not flower.
The Disabled American Veterans is a national organization with local chapters that designates two days in early November for its Forget-Me-Not campaign.