Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: Everest
SCRATCHING WHERE IT DOESN’T ITCH
The fastest may not be the bestnor is Ben Nevis Everest. The rules for host may not suit guest. When the Holy Grail was the Quest,Lancelot’s prowess failed the test. Laughter in the Coliseumcould not be suppressedthough the victims did … Continue reading
Posted in Oxford Blues Tagged Ben Nevis, Everest, Holy Grail, human heart, itch, journeys, Lancelot, laughter, lonely, men, Quest, rest Leave a comment
EVEREST (OR NEVER REST?)
Wu-Kih in a deck chair,enjoying the evening sun;contemplates the wonder therethat one and one and one makes One! Sitting on a mountain top,no-one else aroundmind and universe both stop;peace at last is found. Mee-soh struggling up the slopestrives with wit … Continue reading
Posted in Ego Ego God of the Jungle Tagged alone, Brian Taylor, doubts, Everest, hope, karmic debt, mind, One, peace, rest, universe Leave a comment