Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: Eurydice
‘Going out there is no other,coming back there is no trace’.Love and care for one another,smooth the sadness from her face. Like Orestes how she travels!Light-foot ever, onward roams;as the skein of life unravels,everywhere she makes her homes. Loves she … Continue reading
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GIVING HOSTAGES TO FORTUNE
When Fortune comes at lastto claim his Hostageand all the days and hours are countedand the fragile papers, envelopes and postageand all those in-between days are discounted;and Pluto has reclaimedEurydice’s earthly portionand Thracian Maenadshave left her Orpheus dismembered,what will be … Continue reading
Posted in Gnomonic Verses Tagged carnage, Eurydice, Fortune, hostages, living fragments, Orpheus, Pluto, Thracian Maenads Leave a comment