Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: matter
Matter is always inert; dense shadowy stuffthat resists the shining. Leave the puppetto its own devicesand how will it everget out of its box? Who then is thereto make an effort?And with what forcefrom where obtained? The child, the kitten, … Continue reading
C is the speed of Light.Only Light can travel at C.Nothing can travelfaster than lightalong the motor waysand byroads of the brainwith its electrochemical signs. Electro-powered Thought is restrained by C.But, once freed from the shapings of the last vestige … Continue reading
…A flowering of the human spiritin which Evil torments and exploitsas much of Creation as it can reach. …A development of Freedom To,when the corner stone of Ethics is discarded, that proliferates and insinuatesto as near Absolute Power as it … Continue reading
Matter is dead,dead or dying.And in it, cravingcraves its dissolution,rehearses dissolution.Expense of energyin voluntary death. Do not keep it youngor leave a creaky scream unwrung,a forbidden song unsung,a sin unsunned. A pleasure’s but a pleasure,and on pleasure’s wingsa man gets … Continue reading