Category Archives: spoken word
Happy Birthday Leonard!
Last Sunday we went to see Leonard Cohen again in the O2 arena in Greenwich. This is the 5th time we have seen him since he started out on his world tour in 2008.
And now for some poetry….
No sun – no moon! No morn – no noon No dawn – no dusk – no proper time of day No warmth – no cheerfulness, no healthful ease No comfortable feel in any member – No shade, no shine, … Continue reading
Posted in Life, London, Photography, Poetry, spoken word Tagged Grey, London, November, Pea-Souper, Poetry, Thomas Hood, Tower Bridge 5 Comments
There is a crack, a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in
Leonard live at the National Stadium, Dublin 1988 I WAS THERE! I was only 19, and had spent the previous 4 years being lulled to sleep and indulging in depression with Leonard’s first 3 albums, very typical of teenagers … Continue reading
Posted in folk rock, Getting old, Life, Music, Pain, Photography, Poetry, spoken word Tagged Dear Heather, I'm Your Man, Leonard Cohen, National Stadium Dublin 1988, Old Ideas, Old Ideas Tour, Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ8, Songs From A Room, Songs of Leonard Cohen, Songs of Love and Hate, Ten New Songs, The Future, Various Positions, World Tour 2008 - 2010 9 Comments