Peace of the Action, Piece Movement



The railing tracks,

so wide,  on flat land,

going to a distance, drawn together,

as far as an edge can see, perspective,

and over the curve of our world.

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Eulogy for Leonard Cohen, in Two Parts


Part One:::Bardian Angel

Leonard Cohen sang, oh, so softly,
in basement suites of nineteen sixty seven,
reassuring dreams for love so sweet,
on earth, below starlight and heaven.

Teenaged time unravelled with uncertainty,
between the sheets and war on fire,
answers were elusive, and sad at times,
searching  laws and trails of desire.

Moaning called our hearts in the mourning,
gave us coffee at the brinks of noon,
we would never catch all of his poems,
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