car·a·van (a new string of wagons)

 

Caravan 3 by Noah Saterstrom, with words by Julia Gordon

 

car·a·van (ˈkarəˌvan), n. [Fr. caravone; OFr. karouan; Per. karwan, caravan],  1.  a company of travelers, especially of merchants or pilgrims traveling together for safety, as through a desert  2. a number of vehicles traveling together.  3. a large covered vehicle for passengers, circus animals, gypsies, etc.; van.  (see previous post)

 

Caravan 1 by Noah Saterstrom, with words by Amanda Sapir

 

 

Sometimes I get lost

and then I am grateful

for noises in the dark

 —Kristen Nelson

 

 

Caravan 2 by Noah Saterstrom, with words by Frankie Rollins

 

 

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