Sigh of a Traveler by Ed Teja

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A traveling life provides an opportunity to see the world from a variety of perspectives. This collection of poems was written while moving slowly from one place to another. The poems and photos in this collection come from first-hand observations of life in different places, and mixed impressions of the world as she is. The poems were primarily written in Tawian, Beijing, Hong Kong, Grenada, Venezuela, Bequia, and Southeastern United States.

About Ed Teja

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Ed Teja spent lives as a magazine editor, freelance writer and musician (and a few other miscellaneous things); he lived as a Caribbean boat bum (Grenada, Trinidad, Venezuela) on an old wooden boat for ten years. During that time, he played music in waterfront bars and wrote short stories, poetry and satire about the boating life. Now he is traveling and writing even more.
Published May 9, 2012 by Float Street Press. 23 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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