Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: silence
The great Foundation on which all things restis soon lost sight of, soon forgot,fails to hold man’s interestas entanglements lead to great confusion(due to the power of the great Illusion);until he cannot see what is realand what is not. A … Continue reading
Space you measure in feet and inchesand shoes by where your big toe pinches;seasons by cherry, rose and snow,when may comes and swallows go:empires by rise and fall of kings;weather by rain and drought and flood; dead trees by whether … Continue reading
But really you see there weren’t any great at all.Those may not have stumbled,heads high, walked tall,filling the silence where others mumbled.But words failskulls fall. And before?Before, they could taste, smell,see, tell,bore.No different from you and me.This is the way … 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
The fretful Tiger in a rageprowls the confines of his cage.Do not feed him. Pass him by.And, of himself, he’ll surely die. The Gypsy, with her crystal ball,promises to tell you all.Do not cross her palm with gold.Leave your future … Continue reading
Opiates heal,applying a chemical bellowsto the Vital Heat,a golden silence.At what cost!Matchstick limbs out of AuschwitzFever-bright eyesSuch sweet poison! Music heals.Early music;Greek Olympian music.Clusters of notes with open phrasingdancing on the surface of the Voidand tumbling endlessly in.Leaving no trace. … Continue reading