Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: joy
In a flatyou thinkyou could scream yourself to deathand not be heard.Pressing your cheekagainst the cool of the sink.One breathupon another breath.No wordfor that. In a room,you sufferinside door,walls, ceiling, floor.You could shout,you could walk out,it’s not a tomb. In … Continue reading
Your true Self plays tennisfor joyfor fun; like children dancinghand in handon the sandin the foaming breakers. Two fingers of the same handdrummingan improvised rhythm. The Egoic Mind playseverythingto win. .
is the eternal dancewhere those who lovefind one anotherand, taking their chance,reach up to highest Heaven aboveand down to deepest Hell. There is no higher happinessthan loving true and well. Toi et Moi sailtheir fragile boat with single eyefrom birth … Continue reading
There is the fire that consumesand the fire that illumines. There is Desireand there is Love. Those motivated by Desiresee things they wish to possess,things they do not wish to possess,and other things –of no interest whatsoever. Those motivated by … Continue reading
This spring-tide was not somethingto excite the sensesbut an overflowing of the heart.Pure joy.‘Love thou the rose but leave it on its stem.’ An overflowing of the heartwhich sees its images,reflected everywhere,existing nowherebut in itself. Always the sun shinesin Portsonachon,in … Continue reading
I wish I was a millionairecould take it all and give it youand you and you and you and you and youand send you off to let you dojust what it is you want to. Use it and be right. … Continue reading