Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
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YOU ARE NOW ENTERING SILOM ROADTHE POLLUTION LEVEL IS VERY HIGH The terracotta pavement is linedwith pradhu trees,the symbol of the Navy,hung with orchids (wooden bananas). Outside a shop called “Modern Optical”with its reflecting rowsof à la mode spectaclesis a … Continue reading
Posted in Bamboo Leaves Tagged blind, Chinese, donations, European, human chain, misery, music, Navy, orchids, penguins, pollution, poor, poverty Leave a comment
CHOICE OR NECESSITY?
Twist or turn at every angle.Blister and burn at every tangle.Win or loseeach time you choose.From whose hook is it that you dangle? The end looks very like the start,gain or loss imposed upon you.Molecules all fall apart,skin is cold … Continue reading
Posted in Ego Ego God of the Jungle Tagged blind, choice, fruit, gain or loss, mute, necessity, root, tree Leave a comment
SUDDENLY SEPARATE SPIDER SENTRY
STILLNESS isthe space between movementsthe crack in the universethe gloved handwith the artto pull aparttwo thin life stitchesand let a stab of nothing in.An eyewith sky behindfor mind,a face blind,a sunflower petal fallingstamen to earth;or bird-song-bird callingeither side of the … Continue reading
Posted in Blondin Tagged art, bird, blind, Blondin, brain, child, crack in the universe, dried blood, form, Life, lion lies with lamb, music, nothing, song, spider, stillness, suddenly separate, sun, sunflower, wanting, wet palette, whispering shells Leave a comment