Poetry

Possibility

Written by Jacob Ibrag

‘And then the hat became a

permanent fixture on his body, and the

stars had finally crowned the new emperor of the

ninth galaxy.’ Waiting for a reaction from her friend, she

realized he was gone to never was I ever listening land. She went

on for minutes making up stories to see if he’d finally latch on to her off

the rails imagination, and he didn’t. Chopping at his arm that held his resting

head, he finally woke up from his self induced trance. ‘What’s wrong with

you? Use your words, I’m listening.’ Frustrated with his frustration, she

told him to grow a pair and introduce himself to the girl standing

at the mirror. ‘You always do this, salivate from a far and

fabricate fictional scenarios to say something. All it

takes is an honest hello, possibility is created

with the birth of conversation.’


Photographer Unknown

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16 comments on “Possibility

  1. “possibility is created with the birth of conversation.” – I love this line. It rings of truth.

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  2. This is brilliant Jake!

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  3. You always do this, salivate from a far and
    fabricate fictional scenarios to say something. All it
    takes is an honest hello, possibility is created
    with the birth of conversation.’ That’s powerful right there

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  4. ‘Frustrated with his frustration’. I love it. Once again beautifully written poem!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. The pep talk every guy needs! 😀

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  6. You area well gifted writer …thank you

    Liked by 1 person

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