Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
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What is that sound? Like the trailing of a fan through a silent anteroom? It is the murmur of air ruffling leaves. It is the herald of the whirlwind which will strip those leaves from their trees and wrench the … Continue reading
Going out there is no other
coming back there is no trace.
As Eternity comes nearer… Continue reading
A dry June and roses and honeysuckle tumble in riotous flower down the path, below the gate, in anticipation of drought. They rush slowly (keeping vegetable time) towards the battlefield of fern and bramble which flows, inconclusively, to the cliff … Continue reading
Entendu! Understood! One cannot step into the same river twice. Fresh waters are eternally rushing in. Who passed this way? And when? Wait! Pond river ocean all are filled with eternal waters. In tasting these, is Liberation not found? And … Continue reading
Diamond Mountain Wind blows.Rattles an invocationtwo thousand years oldfrom bronze temple bells. Brushes a susurrusfrom ten thousand oak leaves. Draws from their branchesthe moaningof two hundred year old wood,the dry soundof a long-forgotten oboe. Causes a seventy year old manon … Continue reading