Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: danger
WHY DON’T YOU WANT TO KNOW?
Not knowing is a barreltumbling over Niagara:darkness withindanger without. Knowing is the full moonat midnightsplashing lightin the darkest corners. Wanting to knowis taking responsibilityfor the goodand the bad. Not wanting to knowis a skeleton in the cupboardand a bloody knifeunder … Continue reading
GOD IN DANGER?
Crumpled heap upon the floor. Stifled murmur/whisper, “Please! Some more.” Ceiling Out is when you use Exit Door as base instead of Escape Route. DOG IN MANGER
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Wildebeest, antelope and gazelle stand on the Plain of Serengeti where they can see only too well lying in the River Grumeti the jungle eye and hungry smile of the eternally waiting crocodile.
Posted in Centre Tagged danger, greed, insight, letting go, temptation, vigilance Leave a comment