Leonard Cohen - Poem by Francie Lynch
Some writers are like comets,
A flash, and soon gone;
Ones that burned brightest,
Are rocks that don't burn long.
Some writers are like meteors,
Burning hot through spheres;
As meteorites they stay with us,
Though brighter in younger years.
One writer, Leonard Cohen,
No brighter light revealed;
Still yearning for the fire,
Still burning all these years.
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