Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
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The Treasure Ship returns to harbour.The wave disappears without a trace. Heureux qui, comme Ulysse,a fait un beau voyage.Happy the hero,who dies full of yearsunder the tumuluswith his sword. Happy the young manwho dies youngbeloved of the Gods. Happy, too, … Continue reading
Posted in Ego Ego God of the Jungle Tagged arising, dies, empty ocean, empty sky, flowers, Gods, happy, hero, history, passing, ship, treasure, wave Leave a comment
Sailing through interstellar spaces,putting cosmic surf horses through their paces;clouds of astral dust following non-existent faces,looking for a rendez-vous in imaginary places. Why does the mental traveller carry so much precious treasure?Hoard it, hide it, fight for it(and repent it … Continue reading
Posted in Gnomonic Verses Tagged /voyage, astral dust, bury it, cosmic surf, cosmic wilderness, hoard it, I did it!, imaginary places, interstellar, mental traveller, repent, sailing, treasure Leave a comment
Where it is thought that treasure lies,the mind is drawn because of ties. Where the treasure is not thought,no mind is born and nothing sought. .
Posted in Centre, waves Tagged letting go, mind, no mind, nothing, thought, ties, treasure Leave a comment