Haiku: Haiku Heights Paradox


I chase paradox,
answers lead to more questions
this brain cannot hold

About Susan L Daniels

I am a firm believer that politics are personal, that faith is expressed through action, and that life is something that must be loved and lived authentically--or why bother with any of it?
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35 Responses to Haiku: Haiku Heights Paradox

  1. Green Speck says:

    Confusion over paradoxes …. well defined !!!

  2. Bruce Ruston says:

    Nice loving the questions angle

  3. Yes, indeed and the reason me thinks is –

    ignorance softer
    on probing human minds than
    mild uncertainty

  4. The Enfant Terrible says:

    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.

  5. Patti says:

    I completely understand this. The more I analyze, the more confused I get.

  6. unfetteredbs says:

    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

  7. Barbara says:

    Well done, Susan and this was a tough one. I enjoy every one of your posts!

  8. elleceef says:

    Very well done. My brain does that to me too, or I to it, whatever 🙂

  9. janehewey says:

    well said, and so concisely at that!

  10. nelle says:

    I hear Billy Preston… will it go round in circles?

  11. An apt take on the prompt, Susan. Love the photo

  12. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    Somehow I think the brain can hold more than we give it credit for.


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