Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
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Said the Junior Dean. What is “It”that we should make the most of it?What have wethat we can justly boast of it? We have inherited our share of wealth;and karma and good sensehave brought us health. Time weighs not on … Continue reading
Laws which conflictwith Truthare ultimately unenforceablewithout the acquiescence of the victimwho chooses to can’t through fear. St Michael, St Margaret and St Catherinetold Joan of Arcthat she would not be burned. And they were right. The Duke of Bedfordbought her … Continue reading
Mingled dust of privet and rose petalsswept by the windgathered into cracks and empty spacesalong the bottom of the wall. Mingled dust of hopes and memoriesswept by the mindgathered into cracks and empty spacesalong the bottom of us all. .