First I need to say that I am intentionally using the phrase ‘ingenuous mysticism' as opposed to 'ingenious mysticism'. By ingenuous mysticism I am referring to a spontaneous, intuitive, ‘innocent’ mysticism untethered to any doctrine or school of thought. Ingenuous mysticism happens when the imagination seeks to express experience without any predetermined mindset. This causes language to become metaphoric and customary logic to fall away. The result is that poets speak a kind of beautiful nonsense that reveals a dimension of reality otherwise inaccessible.