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The Dream Keeper and Other Poems of Langston Hughes

The Dream Keeper and Other Poems of Langston Hughes

You remember the counsel: "Hold fast to dreams—for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly..." Langston Hughes reads and comments on some of his most evocative poems about dreams, sailing away to new places and aging through life’s pleasures and obstacles.

Track Listing

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The Dream Keeper: Dreams; Water-Front Street; Long Trip Langston Hughes 2:32
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Seascape; Sailor Langston Hughes 1:14
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Parisian Beggar Woman; Mexican Market Woman Langston Hughes 1:41
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African Dance; Dream Variation; The Negro Speaks of Rivers Langston Hughes 2:59
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Lincoln Monument; Washington; Aunt Sue's Stories Langston Hughes 1:55
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As I Grew Older; I, Too Langston Hughes 2:28
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Dressed Up; When Sue Wears Red; April Rain Song Langston Hughes 1:51
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The Weary Blues; Wide River; Homesick Blues; Night and Morn Langston Hughes 5:22
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Feet O'Jesus; Prayer; Prayer Meeting; Ma Lord Langston Hughes 3:23
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Baby; Mother to Son; Dreams; Youth Langston Hughes 2:25

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