I Don'T Know

It's better to say I don't know rather Than to say I know and you don't Know anything anytime, The difference between What you know and what You don't know it's like The distance between the Earth and the moon, Knowing a thing is something And not knowing a thing is Something else anytime, I don't know means that you Don't know anything about What's going on around you And saying I know means that You know everything around you, It is one's smartness to distinguish Between knowledge and ignorance, then It's better to say I don't know because You really you don't know rather than You say I know and you greatly you don't Know anything anytime and anywhere.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 7, 2013
Poem Edited: Monday, September 9, 2013

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