I thought I knew enough,
Not enough to lead a whole life, but enough, enough not to sink, or fall prey
It’s like a suspicion
A critter that crawls up your earlobe and whispers “It’s a lie” every time
“Don’t fall for that doll, issa scam, doll I’m telling you, issalie.”
I thought I knew enough to sail through this,
To sit back, sip my tea as everything unravels.
See, the truth you’ve been ignoring will smack you in the face.
I told you so, never caresses, it smacks you right in the face.
So, my intuition was right but my questions were unfounded.
Un…where is a bit of self pity when truth takes a seat, when dawn reigns, when words unravel mysteries?
See, I thought I knew enough, turns out I knew nothing because I ignored the little that I had to sustain me.