Tag Archive > poetry

Beauty and Loss

In the past, I’ve written a bit about my love of all things Leonard Cohen.  He’s one of those artists whose work is so profound and immense that it’s hard to even scratch the surface.  Most know him as a musician and a poet, but few acknowledge the accomplishments of his prose, particularly his two […]

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New Jersey Bard

Today, I just wanted to write a little something about poetry.  By no means am I an expert on the topic (or even a passable amateur).  But if poetry is good and effective, it sticks with you and rears its head through all the embarrassing moments and regrets, and through all the humor and joy; […]

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Longing & Poetry

Thus far, I’ve only really written about prose on Unwind.  However, with this post, I’m going to dive into a bit of poetry.  On a whim, I picked up Leonard Cohen’s Book of Longing in a bookstore based on my enjoyment of his music.  I’ve always had a sort of strange, intrinsic attraction to Cohen’s […]

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