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34 Gone But Never Forgotten Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: No matter how many times we read "King Lear," never shall we find the good No matter how many times we read "King Lear," never shall we find the good king banging his tankard in high revelry, all woes forgotten, at a jolly reunion with all three daughters and their lapdogs. Never will Emma rally, revived by the sympathetic salts in Flaubert's father's timely tear. Whatever evolution this or that popular character has gone through between the book covers, his fate is fixed in our minds ... — Vladimir Nabokov
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Hillary Clinton: The first lesson I've learned is that no matter what you do in your life, The first lesson I've learned is that no matter what you do in your life, you have to figure out your own internal rhythms - I mean, what works for you doesn't necessarily work for your friend. — Hillary Clinton
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Elie Tahari: Follow the truth to life and love what you do ... Be passionate about it Follow the truth to life and love what you do ... Be passionate about it to the point where you're willing to do anything for it. — Elie Tahari
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Keith Ridgway: They couldn't talk. They were not good talkers, either of them. And once, long ago They couldn't talk. They were not good talkers, either of them. And once, long ago now, she had bought a notebook for a course. It lay empty and forgotten on the kitchen table until one afternoon, when she had gone out to the shops and he was worried that she would be killed by a bus or by lightning, he opened the notebook and he wrote lines about how he loved her, the way he loved her, about his fucking heart and crap like that, about his body brimful and his scrambled head. All that. She came back from the shops. He left the notebook where it was, and he didn't mention it. And it wasn't until about a week later that he noticed it again, and he flicked it open, and he saw his lines followed by lines from her. She'd written words that she had never said. He sat down. He read them over and over for a long time. Then he wrote a paragraph for her to find. — Keith Ridgway
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Ashley Newell: Not a day has gone by, he said. Poor Jos. Days had gone by for Not a day has gone by, he said. Poor Jos. Days had gone by for me. It wasn't that I had forgotten about him, I always knew that he was out there. It just stopped seeming to matter. I was already dead. I had already moved on into this afterlife. I was someplace that he could never follow, nor would I want him to. Poor Jos. All this time, and he has been the one trapped. — Ashley Newell
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By George Eliot: Poor dog! I've a strange feeling about the dumb things as if they wanted to Poor dog! I've a strange feeling about the dumb things as if they wanted to speak, and it was a trouble to 'em because they couldn't. I can't help being sorry for the dogs always, though perhaps there's no need. But they may well have more in them than they know how to make us understand, for we can't say half what we feel, with all our words. — George Eliot
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Rachel Zucker: I do not like it when other people dress up. I like everyone to be I do not like it when other people dress up. I like everyone to be THEMSELVES. — Rachel Zucker
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Gene Wolfe: A dark flask dangled from the bedpost like a ripe fruit. Someone he could not A dark flask dangled from the bedpost like a ripe fruit. Someone he could not see was seated beside his bed. He turned his head and craned his neck to no avail. At last he extended a hand toward the visitor; and the visitor took it between his own, which were large and hard and warm. As soon as their hands touched, he knew. You said you weren't going to help, he told the visitor. You said I wasn't to expect help from you, yet here you are. The visitor did not reply, but his hands were clean and gentle and full of healing. — Gene Wolfe
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Thomas Paine: There now remain only a few books, which they call books of the lesser prophets; There now remain only a few books, which they call books of the lesser prophets; and as I have already shown that the greater are impostors, it would be cowardice to disturb the repose of the little ones. Let them sleep, then, in the arms of their nurses, the priests, and both be forgotten together.
I have now gone through the Bible, as a man would go through a wood with an axe on his shoulder, and fell trees. Here they lie; and the priests, if they can, may replant them. They may, perhaps, stick them in the ground, but they will never make them grow. — Thomas Paine
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Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Paulo Coelho: Sometimes, certain of God's blessings arrive by shattering all the windows. (Brida) Sometimes, certain of God's blessings arrive by shattering all the windows. (Brida) — Paulo Coelho
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Avenged Sevenfold: The Rev "Seized the Day" to conquer the "City of Evil" in "Bat Country", and The Rev "Seized the Day" to conquer the "City of Evil" in "Bat Country", and forced the "Beast and the Harlot" to "Scream" their "Unholy Confessions".
He left them "Trashed and Scattered" and "Blinded In Chains" with the "Strength of the World". He found it "Almost Easy" and became a "Sidewinder" and slithered to "A Little Piece of Heaven" in his "Afterlife", now he is "M.I.A." and his "Nightmare" has come to pass.RIP Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan, you're gone but NEVER forgotten! — Avenged Sevenfold
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Don Berliner: If every UFO report could be convincingly credited to some conventional astronomical or atmospheric phenomenon, If every UFO report could be convincingly credited to some conventional astronomical or atmospheric phenomenon, there would be no UFO mystery. It is precisely because so many UFO reports cannot logically be blamed on stars, planets, satellites, airplanes, balloons, etc., that a UFO mystery has existed since at least the mid-1940s. — Don Berliner
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Brodi Ashton: When I was in the Everneath, I thought about Jack every day. Every minute. Even When I was in the Everneath, I thought about Jack every day. Every minute. Even after I'd forgotten his name, the image of his face made me feel whole again. Was Jack the reason I'd survived? Were our ties to the Surface what somehow kept us whole?
The one problem in the anchor theory was Meredith.She had a connection with her mom,yet she didn't survive. But then the more I thought about it, the more I realized Mrs. Jenkins didn't have a similar connection to Meredith. She forgot about Meredith the second the Feed began.
Then it hit me.Orpheus didn't forget about Eurydice.He loved her the entire time she was gone. Maybe the attachment between Forfeit and anchor worked only when it went both ways.
The drinking fountain next to me shuddered to life as a flash of intuition hit me.
I knew now that Jack never forgot about me.He'd never stopped loving me.He was the anchor that saved me.
And now he was gone. — Brodi Ashton
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Ken Follett: He had never before thought of himself as gullible. He wondered where he had gone He had never before thought of himself as gullible. He wondered where he had gone wrong. It occurred to him that he had let himself be overawed - by bishop Henry and his silk robes, by the magnificence of Winchester and its cathedral, by the piles of silver in the mint and the heaps of meat in the butchers' shops, and by the thought of seeing the king. He had forgotten that God saw through the silk robes to the sinful heart, that the only wealth worth having was treasure in heaven, and that the even the king had to kneel down in church. Feeling that everyone else was so much powerful and sophisticated than he was, he had lost sight of his true values, suspended his critical faculties, and places his trust in his superiors. — Ken Follett
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Michel De Montaigne: Might I have had my own will, I would not have married Wisdom herself, if Might I have had my own will, I would not have married Wisdom herself, if she would have had me. — Michel De Montaigne
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Conrad Hall: Dad, wherever you are, you are gone but you will never be forgotten. Dad, wherever you are, you are gone but you will never be forgotten. — Conrad Hall
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Jose N. Harris: All the mistakes I've made,That caused others pain,I could have done without.All my foolish pride,The All the mistakes I've made,
That caused others pain,
I could have done without.
All my foolish pride,
The things I want to hide,
Have already been forgot.

They're all behind you,
They'll never find you,
They shall return no more.
... Sins are forgotten,
Sunk to the bottom,
Resting on the ocean floor.

My careless misdeeds,
All my thoughtless greeds,
Can only haunt me now.
They've been wiped away,
By a soul so brave,
And so they are no more.

My memories
My wrongful deeds
Have gone away forever more.
Sins are forgotten
Sunk to the bottom
Resting on the ocean floor. — Jose N. Harris
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Elle Casey: I look over at Andie. "Please don't tell me she's going to touch chicken poop." I look over at Andie. "Please don't tell me she's going to touch chicken poop."
Andie's face is totally impassive. "Nope."
"Phew. That's a relief." ...
"She is going to touch their eggs, though."
... "Then she is going to touch their poop."
She laughs, sounding confused. "How so?" She takes a sip of her drink as she waits to be educated by me.
I cringe. "Ew, Andie. Because the eggs come from their butts, of course."
Andie laughs so hard she spits coffee out at me ... "You've got to be kidding me." She wipes tears away. "Oh, man, Candice, I sure have missed you."
I frown at her obvious ignorance of all things chicken. "I missed you too. But why are you laughing over simple scientific facts? Google is your friend, you know, Andie. You really shouldn't neglect your Googling. — Elle Casey
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Because to influence a person is to give him one's own soul. He does not Because to influence a person is to give him one's own soul. He does not think his natural thoughts, or burn with his natural passions. His virtues are not real to him. His sins, if there are such things as sins, are borrowed. He becomes an echo of some one else's music, an actor of a part that has not been written for him. The aim of life is self-development. To realize one's nature perfectly
that is what each of us is here for. People are afraid of themselves, nowadays. They have forgotten the highest of all duties, the duty that one owes to oneself. Of course they are charitable. They feed the hungry, and clothe the beggar. But their own souls starve, and are naked. Courage has gone out of our race. Perhaps we never really had it. The terror of society, which is the basis of morals, the terror of God, which is the secret of religion
these are the two things that govern us. — Oscar Wilde
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Jennifer Niven: I can only tell you how I felt. Ugly. disgusting. Stupid. Small. Worthless. Forgotten. It I can only tell you how I felt. Ugly. disgusting. Stupid. Small. Worthless. Forgotten. It just feels like there's no choice. Like it's the most logical thing to do because what else is there? You think, No one will even miss me. They won't know I'm gone. The world will go on, and it won't matter that I'm not here. Maybe it's better if I was never here. — Jennifer Niven
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Celeste Ng: All of that will be gone by morning. Instead, they will dissect this last evening All of that will be gone by morning. Instead, they will dissect this last evening for years to come. What had they missed that they should have seen? What small gesture, forgotten, might have changed everything? They will pick it down to the bones, wondering how this had all gone so wrong, and they will never be sure. — Celeste Ng
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Wolfgang Borchert: A man dies ... only a few circles in the water prove that he was A man dies ... only a few circles in the water prove that he was ever there. And even they quickly disappear. And when they're gone, he's forgotten, without a trace, as if he'd never even existed. And that's all. — Wolfgang Borchert
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: Now, when it was too late, and Life's shops were closed, he regretted not having Now, when it was too late, and Life's shops were closed, he regretted not having bought a certain book he had always wanted; never having gone through an earthquake, a fire, a train accident; never having seen Tatsienlu in Tibet, or heard blue magpies chattering in Chinese willows; not having spoken to that errant schoolgirl with shameless eyes, met one day in a lonely glade; not having laughed at the poor little joke of a shy ugly woman, when no one had laughed in the room; having missed trains, allusions, and opportunities; not having handed the penny he had in his pocket to that old street violinist playing to himself tremulously on a certain bleak day in a certain forgotten town. — Vladimir Nabokov
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Jennifer Skully: A door slammed next door. The serial killer looked up and over as a flurry A door slammed next door. The serial killer looked up and over as a flurry of white fur pounded against the other side of the fence. "Don't start with me, you little runt, or you'll be next. — Jennifer Skully
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Van Morrison: I don't think nostalgia has to be negative. I don't think nostalgia has to be negative. — Van Morrison
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Walter Isaacson: By then Einstein had finally discovered what was fundamental about America: it can be swept By then Einstein had finally discovered what was fundamental about America: it can be swept by waves of what may seem, to outsiders, to be dangerous political passions but are, instead, passing sentiments that are absorbed by its democracy and righted by its constitutional gyroscope. McCarthyism had died down, and Eisenhower had proved a calming influence. "God's own country becomes stranger and stranger," Einstein wrote Hans Albert that Christmas, "but somehow they manage to return to normality. Everything - even lunacy - is mass produced here. But everything goes out of fashion very quickly."9 Almost — Walter Isaacson
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Mandi Lynn: Never assume you are alone, because you never truly are. Only when your life has Never assume you are alone, because you never truly are. Only when your life has surely ended and your loved ones have forgotten you is when you are gone. Gone from this world and the next.
Sleep is when you are most vulnerable. It's a sanctuary and a curse; how you perceive it is up to you. — Mandi Lynn
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Margaret Weis: -Elves never make any major decision until they have thought the matter over for at -Elves never make any major decision until they have thought the matter over for at least a year or two, gone round to all their friends and relatives and discussed the problem, done research, read tomes, consulted the sages.
-And what happens then?
- By then they've usually forgotten what it was they meant to do in the first place. — Margaret Weis
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Amy Lowell: I ask but one thing of you, only one, That always you will be my I ask but one thing of you, only one, That always you will be my dream of you; That never shall I wake to find untrue All this I have believed and rested on, Forever vanished, like a vision gone Out into the night. Alas, how few There are who strike in us a chord we knew Existed, but so seldom heard its tone We tremble at the half-forgotten sound. The world is full of rude awakenings And heaven-born castles shattered to the ground, Yet still our human longing vainly clings To a belief in beauty through all wrongs. O stay your hand, and leave my heart its songs! — Amy Lowell
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Stephen King: When it was done and I went to sleep, I lay awake and listened to When it was done and I went to sleep, I lay awake and listened to the clock on your nightstand and the wind outside and understood that I was really home, that in bed with you was home, and something that had been getting close in the dark was suddenly gone. It could not stay. It had been banished. It knew how to come back, I was sure of that, but it could not stay and I could really go to sleep. My heart cracked with gratitude. I think it was the first gratitude I've ever really known. I lay there beside you and the tears rolled down the sides of my face and onto the pillow. I loved you then and I love you now and I have loved you every second in between. I don't care if you understand me. Understanding is vastly overrated, but nobody ever gets enough safety. I've never forgotten how safe I felt with that thing gone out of the darkness. — Stephen King
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Sallyann Phillips: You Tavi," he answered her, putting her mind to rest. "You're his legacy, everything he You Tavi," he answered her, putting her mind to rest. "You're his legacy, everything he was, he taught you, passed himself on through you in a father daughter bond. He was very proud of the young woman you've become, and he loved you greatly, he will always live on in your heart. And one day you'll pass on some of what he taught you to others, then he'll continue to live on through them too, that way he'll never be forgotten or truly gone. Every day something you do will remind you of him and you'll remember him with love and affection, that's a great legacy to leave behind Tavi. — Sallyann Phillips
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Sharon Cameron: The past is never really gone. It only lies in wait for you, remembered or The past is never really gone. It only lies in wait for you, remembered or forgotten. — Sharon Cameron
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Isaac Marion: What happened to the world was gradual. I've forgotten what it actually was, but I What happened to the world was gradual. I've forgotten what it actually was, but I have faint, fetal memories of what it was like. A smoldering dread that never really caught fire till there wasn't much left to burn. Each sequential step surprised us. Then one day we woke up, and everything was gone. — Isaac Marion
Gone But Never Forgotten Sayings By Oscar Wilde: People are afraid of themselves, nowadays. They have forgotten the highest of all duties, the People are afraid of themselves, nowadays. They have forgotten the highest of all duties, the duty that one owes to one's self. Of course, they are charitable. They feed the hungry and clothe the beggar. But their own souls starve, and are naked. Courage has gone out of our race. Perhaps we never really had it. The terror of society, which is the basis of morals, the terror of God, which is the secret of religion - these are the two things that govern us. And yet - — Oscar Wilde