Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: illusion
The great Foundation on which all things restis soon lost sight of, soon forgot,fails to hold man’s interestas entanglements lead to great confusion(due to the power of the great Illusion);until he cannot see what is realand what is not. A … Continue reading
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WHAT SHALL I DO?
There’s a lot to be said for a balanced worldstable and well-fenced-in,that plays early that prays lateand industriously fills the within. This world’s a strange place to find one another with alien flesh labelled father and mother.Flesh is just dustin … Continue reading
In the dark tabernacle,a shaft of sunlightillumines the heartand shines througha million years of dust. Clouds and clouds of swirlingdustspirallingthrough the lightwhich spills in a golden poolon damp, grey stone and iron rust. When the light movesit does not take … Continue reading
CAFE LES DEUX MAGOTS
The Cafe is famous.The Coffee is expensive. I siton the self-same red and padded seats,the original brass rail behind my neck,the two Magots, ancient Chinese statues, hanging above my head.Here, just here,two ancient post war Intellectual Magots,Simone-Lucie-Ernestine-Marie Bertrand de Beauvoirand … Continue reading