Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: Truth
Laws which conflictwith Truthare ultimately unenforceablewithout the acquiescence of the victimwho chooses to can’t through fear. St Michael, St Margaret and St Catherinetold Joan of Arcthat she would not be burned. And they were right. The Duke of Bedfordbought her … Continue reading
ARIADNE’S THREAD & THESEUS Many people,but not everyone,encounter the Truthin some form or otherduring the course of Life’s journey. This leads to a fork in the road. Either they adjust themselves to the Truth,in which casethey are led along by Truthon … Continue reading
“There’s nothing either good or badbut thinking makes it so.”And riding on that apophthegm,to lower worlds they gountil the pain compresses themand makes them scream out, “No!” There is some truth in points of view,that what seems good to memight … Continue reading
In the Beginning. God walked with Adam in the cool of the day.Despite hearing the Truth from God’s own mouth,Adam did not heed Him. Later,God sent prophets to be his tongues.Despite hearing the Truth from God’s own prophets,Adam’s descendants did … Continue reading
“Blondin” is a like a large box of tasty organic delicacies, which you dip in and out of at your leisure – not something to be attempted at one sitting. The poems deal with many facets of life, from glimpses of the cosmic, to the scent of the breeze on a local Cornish lane. Whatever your taste- whether it be wit, insight, or the Tao, you’ll find something to engage you. Continue reading
April was hot and dry.The red earth respondedby blowing as dust in the wind.The green earth respondedby smothering itself with flowers of a thousand colours. The Water Board respondedby banning hosepipesand promising to charge morefor redistributing the rain(if it comes). … Continue reading