Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: human heart
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
Their leaves of grass emerge and fade;with windblown rustling tongues converse.The grove has grown throughout the universe,spreads everywhere its pleasant living shade;creating north south east and west(the fierce, unending struggle to be best);relentlessly growing.The variety is unimaginable,the sameness unknowingand unknowable. … Continue reading
Posted in Bamboo Leaves Tagged Bamboo Leaves, being, eternal, flowering, human heart, infinite space, kalpa, living thing, regeneration, the whole, universe, unknowing Leave a comment