Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
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Category Archives: Gnomonic Verses
The great Foundation on which all things rest is soon lost sight of, soon forgot, fails to hold man’s interest as entanglements lead to great confusion (due to the power of the great Illusion); until he cannot see what is … Continue reading
Those who sow the wind reap the whirlwind. The politicians, seeing nothing better to do, sow the wind. Encourage the people to be dissatisfied (so that they can promise to satisfy them). Encourage the people to envy the rich; (promise … Continue reading
Over and over, you and I sift the contents of our mind and try to find the people we think we might have been. Try as we will, behind the painted curtain, one thing is certain; Nothing is ever seen. … Continue reading
When Fortune comes at last to claim his Hostage and all the days and hours are counted and the fragile papers, envelopes and postage and all those in-between days are discounted; and Pluto has reclaimed Eurydice’s earthly portion and Thracian … Continue reading
It was different in the past. Especially in the village. Before you could read Before there were newspapers Before there was radio Before there were telephones Before there were films Before there was TV Before there were computers Before there … Continue reading
“It came to mind,” She says. Horse or Rider? It came to mind. A flower of the Void? Or something that builds its web inside her? At Troy the Gods took sides making the Trojans deaf to Cassandra’s warnings. Wotan … Continue reading
Don’t do what you don’t want done. To you.