I sing a streetcar serendipity. A Poem by Marie Marshall
I sing a streetcar serendipity, pralines and beignets, king cakes and pears, a chicken pot pie from The Pie Lady, mango, banana, Mr. Okra’s wares. I sing of the sweet Sweet Street Symphony, of improvised signage by Dr. Bob, the half-folded fan of the Marigny, be nice or get yourself a