un-imping the ossibles

that tiny 
imp 
is at it again, 
taking what is 
-erfect
and turning it to dust. stealing 
what is 
-robable 
and dressing it in muss. 

we 
take all these minuses 
and gift ourselves the poss, 
knowing anything is 
possible if we can (s)imply 
                                      trust. 

::

written for today’s Quadrille over at dVerse. I’m hosting. Come play!

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30 Responses to un-imping the ossibles

  1. qbit says:

    I love that! Perfect Dee.

  2. Gillena Cox says:

    Oh nice, luv your last line, an inspiration
    happy you dropped by to read mine

    Much💝love

  3. Oh, give me that plus to erase the minuses… that imp with his negivity.

  4. ‘n ‘eritable ‘errorist, ‘at imp.

  5. calmkate says:

    delightful word play here serving up some real home truths!

    Fun way to make a point

  6. Lucy says:

    The wordplay, I need not to say, is genius. It’s beyond innovative and creative, Dee! The fun in how your words twist and flow, it is perfect along with the rhythm. Excellent poem.

  7. Ron. says:

    1st Linky I’ve looked at so far, and now I gotta get up off the floor & visit others. Thanks for the GREAT start, De & for furnishing the fab prompt.

  8. Grace says:

    I love the title and word play De. Add all the poss+ and make it a reality! Thanks for hosting.

  9. Beverly Crawford says:

    Fun word play. Very clever.

  10. Carol Congalton says:

    Love love love your poem!

  11. merrildsmith says:

    What a delight! I love the wordplay and the positive message said with an impish smile. 😀

  12. Love the wordplay here. So fun!

  13. poetrybydebi says:

    Word master, I salute you

  14. Great word play, as always. Nicely done.

  15. Glenn A. Buttkus says:

    Most ‘robably a ‘erfect ‘oem, that ‘resently ‘uffs up my delight. Smile.

  16. erbiage says:

    Love it! The lack of p reminds me of a classy sign friends have by their swimming ‘ool

    Parenthesis will forever remind me of you

    Sent from my iPhone

    >

  17. rothpoetry says:

    Yes, that little imp on the shoulder is whispering in our ear… you are not quite good enough.
    Time to brush him away and move forward with confidence!

  18. lynn__ says:

    A clever poem with a positive message…”if we can simply trust”!

  19. Ingrid says:

    I love how you’ve broken up the words and imped the -ossibles here, De! Just shows that there are infinite possibilities with words also.

  20. kim881 says:

    Awesome wordplay, De, as ever, and a serious message served up in a dish of fun.

  21. oh the way you play with words make me smile, De. i need more of the poss

  22. memadtwo says:

    Trust is hard to come by these days, but playing makes a good start. (K)

  23. I love the way this ends De.

  24. lillian says:

    “stealing what is ‘robable” This made me smile. This little imp stealing the letter p from all these words! Wonderful word play and the ending made me smile. A good way to start my day 🙂

  25. Dora says:

    (A)musing and perfectly charming! ❤️

  26. robtkistner says:

    I really like your inventiveness here De, very cool! 🙂

  27. Helen Dehner says:

    So clever this wonderful bit of wordplay! Cheers.

  28. Wow, that is fantastic use of wordplay. I really enjoyed this (right) write and it’s message of hope, thank you

  29. sanaarizvi says:

    GORGEOUSNESS, De! 💝 Your poem is exactly what I needed to read today 😀 Yes, “anything is
    possible if we can (s)imply trust.”

  30. Ali Grimshaw says:

    Fantastic wordplay. You are a clever one. I enjoyed this greatly.

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