Get Adobe Flash player

Gone, but Not Forgotten





Gone but Not Forgotten 1Touch a Memory


Gone, but Not Forgotten


Gone, but not forgotten

This pain, I cannot hide

In memory, I see you

A million tears, I've cried.


The tender thoughts you left me

Come to my memory

Your loving smile, so special

Will always be with me.


You visit me in summer

When flowers are in bloom

Upon a ray of sunshine

A star-lit night in June.


When winds are gently blowing

Across a cloudless sky

Within a rolling meadow

Where horse and cattle lie.


I see you in the treetops

As summer comes to be

In shadows, you do linger

A soul so young and free.


I see you in the garden

Your scent does fill the air

Just like a precious flower

A rose, so ever fair.


On country roads, I find you

Along the wooded lane

Within the distant thunder

I see you in the rain.


In early hush of morning

You come without a sound

Upon a blazing sunset

Your memory can be found.


Like sprigs of morning glory

Upon the vine, they grow

With branches reaching outward

Into my heart, you go.


Just like a special angel

God wrapped you in His care

And took you off to heaven

To live with Him, up there.


But often, I still see you

Upon a light blue sky

And long so much to hold you

Why did you have to die.


Author/Written by:

Marilyn Ferguson







Graphic is used

with the permission of

Touch a Memory Linkware

and artist

Beverly Lu Latter



Music "Honey"

Jerry's Jukebox








joomla statistics



Site Meter



Subscribe to my Poetry Newsletters Below

Enter Your Email Address:


PopUp MP3 Player (New Window)