Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: poverty
YOU ARE NOW ENTERING SILOM ROADTHE POLLUTION LEVEL IS VERY HIGH The terracotta pavement is linedwith pradhu trees, the symbol of the Navy,hung with orchids (wooden bananas). Outside a shop called “Modern Optical”with its reflecting rows of à la mode … 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
Go for growth say our Masters.Globally!And Growbally!And not too Slowbally! And the Rich grow richer(and the Poor grow poorerand not too slowbally, says Gnome). And the bombs fall thicker(on legitimate targets). Go for Stability and Peace, say we!Globally!As we are … Continue reading
A terrorist gets his way by violence. Like Alexander,he would prefer a city to surrender peacefully.Like Alexander,he will destroy it if it doesn’t and enslave its population. A successful terrorist,like a successful leopard,does not change his spots. A pugilist can … Continue reading