Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: soul
WHAT SHALL I DO?
There’s a lot to be said for a balanced worldstable and well-fenced-in,that plays early that prays lateand industriously fills the within. This world’s a strange place to find one another with alien flesh labelled father and mother.Flesh is just dustin … Continue reading
SATAN STILL FINDS WORK FOR IDLE HANDS
Between the stairwayand the stair,the Soul has sensed the Shadow therereaching out from somewhere grey;has felt the sunlight slide away. Between the windowand the framehas passed the Rat that has no nameto gnaw and chew and breed and tearand take … Continue reading
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Foothills of the Himalayas.How vast and towering, Mount Meru!From that icy, lifeless peakbehold the plainsand painsof men! Frozen, jagged jewelsmerely compound his charmsand devotees still jostleto be martyred in his arms. One defines oneself by others,cannot be big or small … Continue reading
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Each tentacle that used to be anonymousis now, by mutual consent, autonomous.They may, at first, behave like fools,but they’ll get better as they learn the rules. The Golden Rule shines brighter than the Sun– one and one and one makes … Continue reading
Posted in waves Tagged anonymous, Deva, fools, Golden Rule, mind, One, shining world, soul, spider sentry, sun, tentacle, thought, Universal Octopus, waves, whole Leave a comment