I chase paradox,
answers lead to more questions
this brain cannot hold
Confusion over paradoxes …. well defined !!!
Hee hee–I was going to write one about the barber, but decided that confusion was more my natural state…
Nice loving the questions angle
Thanks, Bruce–I had fun with it.
Yes, indeed and the reason me thinks is –
on probing human minds than
Yes–and I so do crave that feather pillow of ignorance sometimes…Great haiku, N!
Inspired by your poem, SLD! Now, take a bow!
Aw, thanking you–but you should still put it up on your blog, it is so good!
Gosh, this is me! Lol. This is over-thinking in a nutshell… The more you think, the more complicated everything becomes. I love your Haiku posts.
Oh yes, me too–I analyze EVERYTHING to death. Glad you liked this!
I completely understand this. The more I analyze, the more confused I get.
awesome Susan and the comments area is filled with fantastic reads as well. Good show lady 🙂 paradox is a tough word..you wove it well
Thanks, Audra! I do hope Noel posts his reply on his blog–he should get comments of his own on such a great haiku 🙂
I know.. why doesn’t he?
Dunno–let’s shout (pretty sure it is in the wee hours in Africa, but work an all caps effort)–NOEL, PLEASE PUT YOUR HAIKU ON YOUR BLOG…..IT ROCKS…
DO IT NOEL…come play with us!!
“The only thing I cannot resist is temptation” – Oscar Wilde! Done!
hahaha–I have the same problem you and Mr. Wilde have…thanks for playing ;).
Well done, Susan and this was a tough one. I enjoy every one of your posts!
Oh, Barbara–thank you–you are making me turn all red now 😉
Very well done. My brain does that to me too, or I to it, whatever 🙂
Thanks, Elle–my brain and I beat each other up all the time…
well said, and so concisely at that!
Jane–thank you! I so love haiku for that forced brevity.
I hear Billy Preston… will it go round in circles?
Yes! Perfect for this…
An apt take on the prompt, Susan. Love the photo
Thanks, Celestine. I love that movie, “Night at the Museum,” where they actually made The Thinker an idiot. Have you seen it?
Yes, several times. My kids and I love it so. Though the first itme I watched it, I found it scary. Silly of me.
It has its moments…really enjoyed it, and also liked the sequel, although I usually do not like sequels!
Somehow I think the brain can hold more than we give it credit for.
You are right! Mine has not sprung any major leaks yet.
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