Impossibilities

This is Ed Junior. I got him for Christmas from a sister-in-law and brother-in-law. He's a winged hyena made by one of my nieces. He's sitting on my desk, part of my collection of winged impossibilities. I have some flying pigs, an obese ballerina with wings and a pottery whistle in the shape of a winged bird whose shape is so un-aerodynamic she could not possibly ever fly. Since meeting Ed Junior, I've been thinking about all the possibilities of writing about impossibilities. Include some sort of impossibility in your piece of writing: perhaps inspired by Ed Junior or some other such winged creature, maybe one of your characters could have some other sort of superpower -- to become invisible or know when somebody's lying or able to be in more than one place at once, or be able to travel through time or perform feats of strength. Perhaps an opera singer is afraid of singing out loud or an accountant has a great fear of numbers or a bookseller is afraid to open a book in case she gets caught inside the story.