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David Stone | The Wasp (For Trent)

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Published on Jan 6, 2019

For E. Trent Warriner, my Grandfather.

Sing me to sleep, the crickets and the waves, morning smells like cigarettes and coffee, as you come into frame. Clumsily the wind pulls at your chimes, stumbles by your towels on your line, conversation picks up just outside, I mostly sit and listen 'cause I'm shy.

Do you recall the wasp that drowned, swimming in your drink?

Everything seems so small, maybe I just fill more space, I wanna stay with you and watch the water, swallow up the rain. Clumsily the wind pulls at your chimes, stumbles by your flowers in a line, conversation picks up just outside, I mostly sit and listen 'cause I'm shy.

Do you recall the wasp that drowned, swimming in your drink?

We broke the surface of the lake, and lost the time ‘til evening came again, cool summer air on our sunburnt skin, you’d build a fire the sun turned in. Clumsily the wind lifts our goodbyes, stumbles like a deep-breath and a sigh, conversation picks up back inside, then carries on into the night.

Do you recall the wasp that drowned, swimming in your drink?

Recorded January 6th, 2019 // David Stone

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