The great great poet and song writer Leonard Cohen died yesterday. I was very fortunate to see and hear him perform a few years ago in Toronto when he filled a stadium with fans of all ages. He and the musicians with him gave the most generous long gracious show.
This is in remembrance of Leonard and in honour of his poetry and songs that make it easier to carry on with life.
Saturday, Nov. 12: I learned today that Leonard Cohen didn’t die on the 10th–the day his death was reported–but a few days earlier on Monday, November 7th.
5 thoughts on “Leonard Cohen”
I love this picture! Leonard Cohen came to Barcelona in 2012: it was beatiful, unforgettable! Like all the great artists his footprint is long and fruitful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGRfJ6-qkr4
Thank you Leonard!
Thank you so much, Teresa. I’ve been singing and humming Leonard’s songs all weekend to comfort myself. His words and music are very much alive!
Yes, and what a wise man…
No question, he was one of the great literary talents of our times. What a way with words and images he had.