Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: escape
Journeying from the beginning(of which there is no beginning),travelling for millions of years(which cannot be measured in millions or years),I have come,and go on.No stopping.Just the onward movementinto the illimitable.For ever. No need to blame the wicked,their shadows are at … Continue reading
Beginning is beginning the end. The end begins with the first step. There is no middle to this muddle. Whatever is not thirsting up to escape is being dragged back down to expire. (Poem from Gnomonic Verses)
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
NOW runs like a crack through the universe. Through it beings escape. Between each step Between each movement Between each breath Between each heartbeat Between each living cell Between each thought Between each impulse light shines. Through the crack that … Continue reading