A tribute to Ursula Schulz:
If the moon has a sister
It's got to be you
Ever since I met Ursula Schulz, in 1968, I have lived my life surrounded by beauty. The beauty that she is, the beauty that she creates, the beauty that she inspires. The art, the décor, the gardens, the painted bottles, the black giraffe, the music, the poetry, the flowers, the design, the conversations, the love, the faith, in five countries, in four languages, in cities and in forest. Everywhere she stayed awhile, she transformed her surroundings into places of beauty, psalms to the Majesty of Creation.
Not long after I met her, I played Leonard Cohen’s songs for her. In this tribute to Ursula Schulz, one of the great spirits of the age, all the captions in italic are the words of Leonard Cohen, one of the great spirits of the age.
Thanks for the help, Leonard.
- Bob Dawson
I have not been denied the full measure of beauty. It is best not to even whisper about this perfection. Beauty and Love were granted to me in the form of a woman. I am happy with my luck.