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What I Know and Don't

By Walt Perryman

What I know and donít know.
I donít know if I know what I donít know.


So, I am not sure if I know what I know.
I wish I didnít know that I didnít know.


But if I knew what I didnít know, Iíd know
. I donít know if Iíve ever known, I donít know,


So, if I canít remember then I will never know.
I canít remember what I know that I know.


If you remember what I knew, let me know
. I know you donít want to know what I know.


If you do, donít ask me, because I donít know.
Youíll know the two of us that will never know


I really hope you have a good day, though,
This I know.

©January 5, 2022 Walt Perryman


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