Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
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It may not be the bearded manwho smiles at you and explodes.It may not be the errant tyrethat slides on the icy roads.It may not be the scaffolding plankthat bounces on your head.It may not be pneumoniathat smothers you in … Continue reading
The antique fowling piecereveals the skillsof the gunsmithand forges his linkwith the blood stained feathers. Einstein’s equation (E = mc2)made the atomic bombtheoretically possible. Szilárd’s fission using uranium,made a nuclear chain reaction possible.“I never thought of that!” said Einstein. Einstein … Continue reading
IRestingmy shoe and my chin on the gate,I thought I knewhow animals must suffer. Jostling in the concrete slaughterhouse,their sweattheir fearsoaks meand the stench of their faeceschokes meand stifles my lungs. IIThought-raindoesn’t wet.Taught-paincannot forget;(sinks in deeperthan the brain.) … Continue reading