Title, Book of Longing. Year published, Publisher, McClelland And Stewart Ltd., Toronto HarperCollins, New York. Pages, Notes, It is almost impossible to write about the poetry of Leonard Cohen without some of the poems that this book has been years in the making, evidenced by a. [PDF] Book of Longing FOR DOWNLOAD An iconic poetry collection from American luminary Leonard Cohen, containing some of his most.
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Book of Longing - Leonard Cohen - Ebook download as ePub .epub), Text File . txt) or read book online. cohen, book of longing. An iconic poetry collection from American luminary Leonard Cohen, containing some of his most significant verse. Leonard Cohen wrote the poems in Book of Longing—his first book of poetry in more than twenty years after 's Book of Mercy—during his five-year stay at a Zen. 36 quotes from Book of Longing: 'I don't rememberlighting this cigaretteand I don't rememberif I'm here aloneor waiting for someone.'.
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Don't discuss these matters with anyone. When the basket is full someone will appear to whom you can present it.
Swollen with care and anxiety and still not suffering. Useless, old and full of grief, but still not suffering.
There are no mists, or veils, or distances. But the mist is surrounded by a mist; and the veil is hidden behind a veil; and the distance continually draws away from the distance.
That is why there are no mists, or veils, or distances. Then for a thousand years, or the rest of the afternoon, such a One spins in the Blazing Fire of Changes, embodying all the transformations, one after the other, and then beginning again, and then ending again, 86, times a second. Then such a one, if he is a man, is ready to love the woman Sahara; and such a one, if she is a woman, is ready to love the man who can put into song The Great Distance of Mist and Veils.
Is it you who are waiting, Sahara, or is it I?