Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Category Archives: Centre
How old was Jesusat his Birth?At the Crucifixionshining all his worth?Or Resurrected –God connected? Who can sayhow old they are?Even in the Elysian fieldsvirtues’ flowers to withering yields.Thousands of years on,Death still follows what’s born. Gods and ghosts,Denizens and animal … Continue reading
Where it is thought that treasure lies,the mind is drawn because of ties. Where the treasure is not thought,no mind is born and nothing sought. .
IF,while you are alive,You honestly (and steadfastly)add two and two togetherand get five. THEN,finally (and lastly)when you are safely deadyou will find that all those extra oneswill surely stand you in good stead. Ask Darwin. .
ARIADNE’S THREAD & THESEUS Many people,but not everyone,encounter the Truthin some form or otherduring the course of Life’s journey. This leads to a fork in the road. Either they adjust themselves to the Truth,in which casethey are led along by Truthon … Continue reading
“Many are called but Few are chosen!” Not quite. ?????? Many are chosenbut Few Choose. Quite Right! .
When the clouds disappearthe sun is already here. When the voices stopit is already silent. .
We crawl our way from earthto starnor calculate from birth how farour tiny feetwill take usbefore the karma that we meetwill break us;and cast us adrift on an outgoing tide. While those onshore mutter simply,“He died!” Ding-dongFay’s goneLife longDeath waits … Continue reading
“God is good.” Not quite right. Why?That follows the stumbling way. To the chopping off of handsin Mecca and Medina.Or to the world’s most valuable art collectionin the Vatican.Or to the crucifixion of prophetsin Jerusalem.Or to the brainwashingof the Poor … Continue reading