Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
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The pure cry of the uncomplicated childbefore it has been trainedin the verbalisations of this worldis the Voice of the Eternal. Learn from it:that the way back to Godlies backwards beyondnamingand identifyingblamingand mentifying;that the Tree of Knowledgeshares the One Rootwith … Continue reading
Leaves from the Tree of Life;brown and withered,dried with growing old,dislodged by the touch of Time;or green,with veins still swellingwith rising sap,torn free by an untimely wind. What are they,these dancing treasures? The more the tree creates,pushing and buddingout of … Continue reading
The Tree of Life is flowering;clusters of yellow showeringgolden petalsin seasonal abundanceon bare roads. One hundred and twenty-one Burmese,including fourteen children,travelled east looking for workin a locked air-tight container;twelve square metresof standing,enduringjolting pot-holed tracksand double- backs. When the ventilator failed,they started … Continue reading