Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: kindness
FOR MOTHER AND CHILD
Why wake him?You woke to nothing,do you think he won’t?Your hand will guide him firmly and away,your lips will teach the nonsense he will say,your sins on himevery day. At best,he’ll pass the testyou failed,but where you wonwill be undone. … Continue reading
SEEING THE OBVIOUS
The fisherman sees the fishbut not its painuntil as fishhe swims this way again. The rich see not the poorthey have inventedand, not contented,strive ceaselessly for more. Abraham’s descendantsfight for their promised land,and while they swarm and fight like antswhose … Continue reading
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PAYMENT IN KINDNESS
If you don’t contribute to it, you are stealing from it. What if it is bad? Especially if it is bad! That is the redemption. How can that be? You are stealing its badness in exchange for goodness. .
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