And on the marge were blue campanula, sundew, and forget-me-not, such as no child could resist.
The last one I went to I had a great success as a forget-me-not.
And she pointed to the hedge-side, where there were violet, forget-me-not, bird's-eye and ground-ivy all growing together.
She stared at him, her forget-me-not eyes dilating with dismay.
And thus it is how we became dwellers close to tranquil streams, and why our name is still 'forget-me-not.'
There was a touch of fire in the forget-me-not blue of her eyes.
"Then here it is," she said, plucking a posy of forget-me-not.
There are more than a dozen sorts of speedwells, but the forget-me-not is the prettiest.
Her silk parasol, of the blue of a forget-me-not, rested against her knee, and at her breast was a cream-tinted rose.
Miss Doreen sleeps in the forget-me-not Room; everything is blue there.
the flowering plant Myosotis palustris, 1530s, from Old French ne m'oubliez mye; in 15c. the flower was supposed to ensure that those wearing it should never be forgotten by their lovers. Similar loan-translations took the name into other languages, cf. German Vergißmeinnicht, Swedish forgätmigej, Hungarian nefelejcs, Czech nezabudka.