Treasure Island

Aljazi .q8

(kuwait)

I know you... Do you know me?


If you know me, I know you
I maybe don't know that you know me
if you know what i know It's fine
if you dont know what i know,
i dont know what to tell you to make you know
if you don't know me
i dont want to know you
because what you know I don't care to know
what i know is that you dont know me
if i know you and know what you know
about what I will know later
then don't know because nobody knows what will be known in the future.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 06, 2009

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  • Jackie Lively (1/6/2009 9:58:00 AM)

    WoW that was cool i like that! that was very cool! very nice! wel put and well read. haha exsilent!

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