Gospel in the Pool Hall

She wandered in a golden turban, wobbling. Behind her, three other women swayed.

She stepped, sixty-four or older, to the audience. A young man took her hand and thanked her and she looked into his eyes and never stopped singing.

I danced. They played. I started to love New York.

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