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Passwords

By Walt Perryman

I have a photographic memory but the picture is dim,
I think itís because; itís never been loaded with film.


I canít remember passwords and itís driving me insane.
I canít remember any of them and theyíre all the same.


Sometimes I write it down, put it where itís easy to find,
Later, when I canít find it, it really blows my mind.


Next, those security questions come on the screen,
When I canít answer them is when I start to scream.


Next the stupid puzzle security images come into sight,
Then I am locked out when I cannot guess them right.


Then when I am backed up against the wall,
I pick up the phone and make the Ďhelpí call.


I would be a hacker but Iím not smart enough,
Heck, I canít even hack into my own dang stuff.


©december 1, 2020 Walt Perryman


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