Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: Exit
FINISH YOUR SUPPER
Doing something is the State of Beingin motion, should be,echoes Gnome allowing an eternal momentto expand into a continuum of prayer, a chorus of obscenities,choruses Gnome a symphony of joy. an orchestra that has crucified its instructorand can no longer … Continue reading
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I must be present nowbefore I can have a past;I must be present nowto create a future then. If I still my present mindand exchange present thoughtsfor nothing at all,I have escaped past and futureand achieved a timeless peacewith no … Continue reading
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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
THE CIRCLE LINE
Round and round the Circle Linein endless pursuit of me and mine.Familiar scenes go hurtling past,each new vision much like the last;grief and suffering, hate and paincoming round and round again. Where are the stops where the doors slide backand … Continue reading
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GOD IN DANGER?
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
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