Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: impermanence
FULL MOON DAY IN MARCH
One candle is a light unto itself.One hundred candlesilluminate a room.In a room,one candle isa light unto itself. Uposatha Day at Wat Krathum,seven old ladies and one old mantaking eight precepts for a dayto keep the fires of Hell at … Continue reading
Posted in Bamboo Leaves Tagged Bangkok, Buddha, candle, chicken flu, full moon, grave, impermanence, insubstantiality, light, monks, precepts, sermon, suffering, Uposatha day Leave a comment
VISITORS AND VISITATIONS
Up Hillcrest steps to wherethe crumbling, grey, defining wallbecomes a bareand narrow ledgeholding back the jungle of beyond.Honeysuckle, fern and brambleslowly ambleand quietly digestthe Hillcrestfence.(A peaceful study in impermanence.) On the boundary hedge,a green and flowering ivy has blossomed therein … Continue reading
Posted in Blondin Tagged bramble, butterflies, content, honeysuckle, impermanence, millpond, revellers, sees, smiles, summer sun, surfer's paradise, visitors Leave a comment