Dear sister, I brought you to the waterfall because I know it makes me feel full of big clean air all in me and the light bright water surrounding. I brought you to the waterfall ‘cause alls I want’s for you to feel more than barrels in your belly and the stinking canal surrounding. It comes as no surprise that I should draw you sleeping, whistling sweet through your bent front teeth. Pathetic! she said when I snuck into your room, but you cannot die I need to protect you. So row. You know you cannot eat only wood here, but you still stick it down your throat, the oar rips you inside out. You know you cannot drink this river in, it’s thick and it sticks to you when you fall in. Don’t drown baby don’t drown. Mama’s on the shoreline calling. I just want to be home. Won’t you meet me at home? So then row home.