Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: English
Babies do not crythrough choice.It’s just their suffering giving voice;wishing to share itwith someone like you who can bare it. In Latin this someone is called mater. Nowaday’s English comes much later,and I cannot find a word to translate her. … Continue reading
To the British Museum in W3in very different company.To an Egyptian archaeological mortuary;dismembered torsos and massive heads,disjointed arms and shattered legs;imitations of flesh and bonein granite, sandstone,marble and obsidian.Mirrors of souls buried in oblivion. There,the many who swarmed along the … Continue reading
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