Then Captain Jim told the story--an old, old forgotten story, for it was over fifty years since Margaret had fallen asleep one day in her father's dory and drifted--or so it was supposed, for nothing was ever certainly known as to her fate--out of the channel, beyond the bar, to perish in the black thundersquall which had come up so suddenly that long-ago summer afternoon.
And if the years, as I hope, bring other little folks to your home, I want you to promise me that you'll tell THEM the story of lost Margaret, so that her name won't be forgotten among humankind.
I can't come," she said apologetically, "I have forgotten
how to fly.
There are many things in most men's lives that had better be forgotten.
So in the acquisition of more or less useless knowledge, soon happily to be forgotten, boyhood passes away.
I rather grieve--I do rather grieve to think,' said the child, bursting into tears, 'that those who die about us, are so soon forgotten.
There is nothing,' cried her friend, 'no, nothing innocent or good, that dies, and is forgotten.
Something he had long forgotten, appeared to struggle faintly in his mind.
I was passing a pretty little villa, which stood rather back from the road, in its own grounds, with bright flower-beds in front creepers wandering over the walls and hanging in festoons about the bow-windows-- an easy-chair forgotten
on the lawn, with a newspaper lying near it-- a small pug-dog "couchant" before it, resolved to guard the treasure even at the sacrifice of life--and a front-door standing invitingly half-open.
I wondered every time that she had not forgotten
me, in the midst of so much gaiety and variety of scene.
have you forgotten
what I said at the concert yesterday?
I pulled gently at his sleeve, but he had forgotten
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