Treasure Island

Susan Sparks

(July 8,1957 / Fort Leavenworth, Kansas)

Possible Impossibilities


Those possible impossibilities
They cloud my brain
With all sorts of uncertainties...
How can there be such a thing as infinity? -
It's got to be an impossible impossibility.

What about the concept of prophecy?
No way, no how, can't be-
Does time really travel in all directions?
What an impossible impossibility!

Okay—here's the Big One-
Who invented God?
Is He a figment of His own imagination?
Hey man—that's just plain odd.

I think, therefore I am.
Or least I think I am.
Is Life one big nightmarish dream
Or just a puzzle piece of God's perfect scheme?

Those possible impossibilities...
They storm my brain
With such creativity.
Forever we'll live to Infinity...
That Great BIG possible possibility.

Submitted: Sunday, April 20, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 21, 2014

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