A drink I do take,
to calm all my shakes,
and heave a sigh of relief.
The moon dims and fades,
then once again shines,
glimmering on that which fells trees.
A little flutter,
and now I do stutter,
my tongue swollen red, green and blue.
Good for the skin,
making it pearly and new,
as long as you pay heed
to whispers in the breeze,
that humming sound that drives you mad,
and the reason I am here alone.
-From, a lawn chair in the sun
to what is this letter referring? Why do you think the lawn chair is alone?
Notes: Well, Easy Tiger figure out one part of the riddle, at least: The lawn chair is complaining that it's lonely. However, he is not quite right on WHY the owner has...shall we say...disappeared.
Also, keep in mind that every Stanza refers to a separate object that, when combined together, creates a story explaining what the lawn chair is complaining of. Listed below is the hints for each, as well as how the particular part of the story occurred, by way of an event that ties in to the particular object in question.
A drink I am sharing, with buscuits a latte. Tho others might pour a bit of ME in their___(rhymes if pronounced with the right accent). EVENT: SPILL/POUR
the answer is hidden yet there in plain sight, (these words repeated X times 'fore the fight). EVENT: VERB IN THE STANZA
If I had cleared a Tin, I would be able to see; but, until then, my nose stays stuffy. EVENT: "TRIGGERED"
First two lines help to explain why this event occured. The rest is a warning to not repeat the same mistakes. EVENT: WHY?