* Haiku – sense


Find your Middle Ground

Embrace this mindful moment

beyond good sense


13 Comments on “* Haiku – sense

      • I translated “beyond good sense” to mean “beyond all sense” . . . “beyond sense and feeling” . . . “beyond thinking and sensing” . . . “beyond sense AND nonsense.”

        Maybe you meant “beyond good sense” to mean “it’s a no brainer.”


        • You are spot on Nancy. πŸ™‚ I used good sense because this is a phrase that tends to keep us limited and set in our “knowing” ways. I also wanted to open up the possibilities of being beyond sense all together … And of course nonsense denies our senses completely! Many layers of word play to play with.
          Thank you for playing with me ❀


  1. middle ground, middle way, the way of the Buddha. He always said, be unattached to the ego, not the world. πŸ™‚ eve ❀


  2. … then dance
    with the transparence
    of Love
    your haiku inspired these line spontaneously!
    You write for the Soul Val!
    Thank you, have a nice week-enbd πŸ™‚ β™₯


  3. Thank you for dropping by my blog and helping me discover your beautiful writing! I love haikus and this one of yours make so much ‘sense’! It reminded me of Rumi’s line..β€œBeyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
    there is a field. I’ll meet you there”..


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