And Not Know

 

 

Fly, Wings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To have the ability and not know.

To know and not know you knew.

So many ways to say it.

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20 thoughts on “And Not Know

  1. ivor20 says:

    I’ve been flying tonight
    Off with the faeries….

    The Forest Of Doubt
     
    Tonight, after dusk
    I’ll be in the dark forest of Doubt
    On a mystical walkabout
    To find those elusive faeries
    With their wings of mysterious star-dust
    And I shall fill my empty pockets
    Ready for Mothers Day tomorrow
    Whereupon I’ll spread the magical sparkles
    One handful on my mother’s headstone
    The second one on my wife’s grave site
    And as the same as other years gone by
    For us, the faeries willing share their night

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  2. I had a childhood dream over and over about flying. Of course, I blame the show “The Flying Nun” – I love this. I wonder what other things we can do…but don’t know.

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    • OHMYGOSH! I used to have a dream about jumping and I would keep going up and up and up and I would be telling myself FLY so I don’t fall. But I would wake up before I flew, and before I would fall.

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  3. markbialczak says:

    You soar with life every day, MBC.

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  4. utesmile says:

    Actually we can do a lot of things and we don’t know that we can because we don’t try……. ( not flying though)

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  5. Maneet Kaur says:

    Beautifully said! 💖👍

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  6. beth says:

    i love the faeries, too, and always worth trying to fly, that’s what a faeries did and look at them now!

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  7. I know not what I do not know
    I have to think, and even so
    I am unsure and full of woe
    I know not what I do not know

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  8. Sometimes I flap my hands hard if only that would lift me off ground, but alas!

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