Sunday, November 10, 2013

It’s Impossible--By Gerald A. McBreen--United States

It’s Impossible

It’s impossible  a thousand sighs  among violins
   playing songs my heart is no longer concealing

It’s impossible  words alone no matter how sweet
   can’t tell you what my eyes must be revealing

It’s impossible  stars like diamonds sparkle in your
   golden halo

It’s impossible  heaven is walking hand in hand
   by your side

So my darling I’m conceding  it’s impossible
   your kisses tell me that you love me too

   and we are dancing  yes we’re waltzing
      on our honeymoon

So my darling I’m conceding  the impossible
   is possible with you

Gerald A. McBreen found poetry after he retired from the US Postal Service. He discovered he had a flair for romance. He has been publishing for ten years with True Romance and their related magazines. He is the coordinator for Striped Water Poets. They sponsor an “open mic” every first Wednesday of the month. They also post 'Poems on Posters' around the area. In 2009 Pacific, Washington celebrated its 100th anniversary, and he was appointed Poet Laureate. (2009 - 2013)


  1. This is very nice, Gerald! Enjoyed reading it.

  2. Dear Gerald,

    Thank you for the comment today. Welcome to Whispers! I hope you enjoy your time spent with us. Blessings to you.


  3. A beautiful write, Gerald. It had a surreal quality that I greatly admire. Best wishes, Carolyn Devonshire

  4. A delightful piece to read Gerald. You really paint that romantic dizziness of love. Such a heart warming piece, thanks for sharing and welcome!

  5. Hi Gerald. Nice poem. Thank you for sharing and congratulations on your literary accomplishments.


  6. Words full of love - yes, the impossible is possible - isn't it??? Lovely...

    Rhoda Galgiani