I Wandered from New Orleans: Poems from the South
By Tracy L. Conway
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Published: Dec. 01, 2010
Words: 8,685 (approximate)
This collection of verses leads through the author's travels around the South as well as the explorations of life's celebrations and shortcomings. Experience the trials of months spent homeless on the city streets to the ruin left behind by Hurricane Katrina. Meet intriguing characters and delve into the lives of individuals who were parted too soon from this world.
, new orleans
, human interest
, poetry book
, women authors
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The Bar Wenches Drinking Song, from the book, "I Wandered from New Orleans"
A sing along to one of the poems in the book entitled, "The Bar Wenches Drinking Song." A rolicking song, albeit off key, but hey, it's a drinking song. Time to sing along!
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