The walker walks. The walker walks with words. Words inked on brown cardboard. The walker walks with black words inked on brown cardboard. The words on the cardboard are carried on the body of the walker. The inked words call out to an “everybody” – yet the walker is solitary. Turned inwards. The words call outwards to an everybody but the walker is turned inwards, turned inwards in solitude. The words addressed to an everybody are lyrics. Lyrics of a song sung by a singer, a poet, a man. The man’s name is Leonard Cohen but Leonard Cohen did not compose the song in solitude. Leonard Cohen composed the song with the singer and lyricist Sharon Robinson. The lyrics composed call out to our disillusionment, to our grief. The song is not a loveless song.