Onalethuso Petruss Ntema
What is possibility?
What is possibility?
what is the possible?
how is it possible?
when were it possible?
why would it be possible?
who knows possibility?
who has ever seen possibility?
were it possible?
what is possibility?
is it calculative?
how is it determined?
is there any variance?
does it render as expected?
is it an expectation?
is it an event or situation?
is it an emotion or expression?
does it walk or talk?
what makes one to see
what really is possible?
what about the impossible?
why is it so?
why would such differentiation
determine the exactness
of meaning and interpretation
of action, as possible or not?
the answer is known to you
the one that knows the answer
if not, find one...
you're the possibility.
poem: 'what is possibility? '
book: 'google eyes'
year: april 2013
book no.4 of 2013
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