An Impossible

Let’s imagine an impossible because they are hard to reach. No matter how high you reach, or if you jump, to just even touch it. To know what it feels like. Then you want to hold on to it until your fingers slip, and you fall. You could sit on the ground, cry, lick your wounds, or you could pick yourself up to reach for impossible again. What if the next time you grip it? What if your hold is strong? What if the next time you let go, instead of falling, you float? Impossible, might be a little more possible but only if you are prepared to fall. Prepare to try again, to be determined, you may fall 20 times before possible is real, or even 100 times. Ask yourself if the fall is worth it, and then decide your next move. Is the impossible worth it? I don’t know. That’s your decision to make.

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