Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: market
FOOTPRINTS ON THE MOON
Blue shorts, stained white shirt,street market playground of dust and dirt.Without the moral imperative of mustand the enforced need to understand,he dances in a circle,holding a yellowed bodhi leaf in each hand.With all the self-assurance of thirty inches high,he has … Continue reading
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WHERE ARE YOU NOW?
It was different in the past.Especially in the village. Before you could readBefore there were newspapersBefore there was radioBefore there were telephonesBefore there were filmsBefore there was TVBefore there were computersBefore there were smartphonesBefore there was the endless whisperingof global … Continue reading
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LOTUS POND MARKET
Looking neither left nor right,a proud and sensitive Chinese face,here by the Lotus Pond Market,seems a little out of place.Straight back, head held high,adjusts her hair with manicured hand;red panung, blue-and-white print shirt,manouvres with care her sandalled feet,as though she … Continue reading
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