Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: Jesus
Delivered from the Crosswith all the authorityof the Saviour of the Worldat the precise momentof his people’s rejection of Him. “Forgive them Lordfor they know notwhat they do!” And within forty yearsit came to pass. Their Temple destroyed.Their Holy of … Continue reading
What They died forhas not survivedtheir sacrifice. The fabrics of communities that were theirsare pulled apart by rough fingersof their unappreciative heirs. Their homes are bulldozedto feed the appetites of developers. Their schools are surrenderedto the Apostles of Materialism:Educational Factory … Continue reading
How old was Jesusat his Birth?At the Crucifixionshining all his worth?Or Resurrected –God connected? Who can sayhow old they are?Even in the Elysian fieldsvirtues’ flowers to withering yields.Thousands of years on,Death still follows what’s born. Gods and ghosts,Denizens and animal … Continue reading
It is now two millennia sincethe Security Seraphims were withdrawnand the Gates of Eden reopened,by Jesus, to the General Public. Free Admissionto all children,(before their parents succeededin banning them). Free Passesto all adults,who agree to leave their baggage outside(as strongly … Continue reading
“The sins of the fathersare visited on the children.” When the father goes bankruptthe children and grandchildrenlose their inheritanceand discover poverty. When the Jews rejected Jesusthey refused their inheritanceand their children and grandchildrenare still rejectedtwo millennia later. When the Tibetans … Continue reading