Poetry

Possible

Written by Jacob Ibrag

I’ve played every possible permutation

in my head and there isn’t one where we don’t

end up intersecting. Whether it be today, tomorrow

or in dozen years, we’ll always find a way to make up

the space. So you see, this isn’t us leaving we, it’s just

another game of hide and seek. And since we’re

both pretty bad, this will be really easy.


Photographer Unknown

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36 comments on “Possible

  1. This hits so close to home…
    Nice piece Jacob!

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  2. this made me smile…
    I’ve been wondering for while, that if ever I choose a different decision before, would I meet the people I met now?

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  3. Delightful. Love always finds its way

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  4. mahbuttitches

    This made me smile. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. I liked that. Very cute! 😊

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  6. every lover’s conundrum. nice post.

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  7. Lovely, and to the unknown photographer,you’ve captured a perfect moment from my youth (and probably lots of other folks’ too!)

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  8. I have been so hung up on my decisions lately…whether they were the right ones or not. Thank you for the peace of mind

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  9. oneness in the end no matter how hard they try or if even they never ‘see’ each other again. Awesome one dude.

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  10. This describes my current situation. Awesome lines, ‘so see, it’s just another game of hide and seek’, just, hahahaha, lovely. Nice job. Great poem. Keep it up man. Thumbs up, (toes included)

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  11. Lovely work, Jacob! πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Reblogged this on wordverserune and commented:
    feeling tender feels.

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  14. Peek-a-boo, i see you!

    Well crafted..

    chris

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  15. Lovely wordsπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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  16. Love the imagery.
    Though I fear the repeat performance of the hide and seek as if it is a circular motion, always looking for, and pushing away, the other endlessly. It evokes a lot of sadness in me, maybe because I interpret it in a rather personal manner.

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  17. Now this is great! Love it!

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