Walking Dead Men's Sublimated Panel Tee ShirtOfficially licensed men's Walking Dead sublimated tee shirt. Features a character panel and logo on the front with a white back. The sublimation process can result in imperfections and white streaks, particularly along seams and folds. Made from 100% polyester.
"Chicago Poems" is an early collection of poems by American poet Carl Sandburg. This little volume includes the following poems: Chicago, Sketch, Masses, Lost, The Harbor, They Will Say, Mill-Doors, Halsted Street Car, Clark Street Bridge, Passers-by, The Walking Man of Rodin, Subway, The Shovel Man, A Teamster's Farewell, Fish Crier, Picnic Boat, Happiness, Muckers, Blacklisted, Graceland, Child of the Romans, The Right to Grief, Mag, Onion Days, Population Drifts, Cripple, A Fence, Anna Imroth, Working Girls, Mamie, Personality, Cumulatives, To Certain Journeymen, Chamfort, Limited., The Has-Been, In a Back Alley, A Coin, Dynamiter, Ice Handler, Jack, Fellow Citizens, Nigger, Two Neighbors, Style, To Beachey-1912, Under a Hat Rim, In a Breath, Bath, Bronzes, Dunes, On the Way, Ready to Kill, To a Contemporary Bunkshooter, Skyscraper, Fog, Pool, Jan Kubelik, Choose, Crimson, Whitelight, Flux, Kin, White Shoulders, Losses, Troths, Killers, Among the Red Guns, Iron, Murmurings in a Field Hospital, Statistics, Fight, Buttons, And They Obey, Jaws, Salvage, Wars, The Road and the End, Choices, Graves, Aztec Mask, Momus, The Answer, To a Dead Man, Under, A Sphinx, Who Am I?, Our Prayer of Thanks, At a Window, Under the Harvest Moon, The Great Hunt, Monotone, Joy, Shirt, Aztec, Two, Back Yard, On the Breakwater, Mask, Pearl Fog, I Sang, Follies, June, Nocturne in a Deserted Brickyard, Hydrangeas, Theme in Yellow, Between Two Hills, Last Answers, Window, Young Sea, Bones, Pals, Child, Poppies, Child Moon, Margaret, Poems Done on a Late Night Car, It Is Much, Trafficker, Harrison Street Court, Soiled Dove, Jungheimer's, Gone, Dreams in the Dusk, Docks, All Day Long, Waiting, From the Shore, Uplands in May, A Dream Girl, The Plowboy, Broadway, Old Woman, The Noon Hour, 'Boes, Under a Telephone Pole, I Am the People, the Mob, Government, Languages, Letters to Dead Imagists, Sheep, The Red Son, The Mist, The Junk Man, Silver Nails, and Gypsy.
Trudy Roundtree -- the only woman on the Ogeechee police force -- is not exactly excited about Hen Huckabee's request that she investigate Tanner Whitcomb's report that "he's run over somebody", given that Whitcomb is one of the town's odder oddballs: he doesn't have a car or a driver's license, he simply walks/putt-putts around town holding his hands at 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock on an imaginary steering wheel. But when Trudy finally interprets Tanner's rambling, and the man leads her to a dead body with tire tracks on his shirt, Trudy has to think twice about the ability of a car-less weirdo to do someone in. Tanner's also "driving" with a brand-new hubcap; has the dead guy's watch and cell phone in his carry-everything-he-owns canvas bag; and swears he "bumped" the dead guy when he was "driving" the night before. Could it be that Tanner was actually the killer? Thinking it highly unlikely, Trudy widens her search for the dead man's killer, which leads her to a junkyard; an art gallery in Atlanta, Georgia; a connection with an ex-prison inmate, now artist, in Texas; reunites her with an old flame; and then finally brings her back to Ogeechee, where once again she has to remind herself that small towns are not that different from large cities -- love, hate, jealousy and greed are universal emotions.