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I'm looking for a poem that has a line in it that reads of the thousand things you're thinking won't you sometimes think of me

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When the golden sun is setting and your mind from care is free,
When [of] others you are thinking, will you sometimes think of me?
Think of me when you're happy. Leave for me a little spot.
In the garden of your memory, plant a sweet forget-me-not.

When this you see, remember me, and find me not unkind.
Although you I cannot see, you are a constant in my mind.
[Though] Ocean wide between us roll and distance be our lot,
Should you and I never meet again, dear, forget me not.

I also found numerous variations at other web sites:

1. When the golden [or "glorious"] sun is setting [or "sinking"],
[Or "When in the west the sun is setting"]

2. And your mind from care is free [or "set free"],
[Or "O'er the western sea,"]

3. When [or "While" or "And"] of others you are thinking,
[Or "When of absent ones you're thinking"]
[Or "When of loved ones you are thinking"]
[Or "And you are thinking of your loved ones,"]
[Or "When of over a thousand things you're thinking,"]
[Or "When of ten thousand things you're thinking,"]

4. Will [or "Won't" or "Do"] you sometimes [or "kindly"] think of me?
[Or "And then will you not remember me?"]
[Or "Will you remember me?"]

[1-4. Or "When the golden sun is setting
In the far and distant west,
While of others you are thinking,
Think of one who loves you best."]

Posted on Mar 25, 2011


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