Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: solitude
I dreamed of Paradise Garden;sunlight sliding downfrom an infinite skythrough cedar trees to emerald lawns;oriental poppies six feet high,Indian butterflies gliding bythrough multilayered shades of blue.Olympian Apollo’s statueholds a fountain in his hands,which swirls and mists, sparkles and cools,cascading down … Continue reading
I wandered lonely with the crowdto dine by moonlight where the mermaid goeswhen, looking up, I saw a cloudof jostling dancing mosquitoes:above my head, above my seatspinning down hungrily for something to eat. Continuous as the stars that shineand twinkle … Continue reading