Don't Follow the Rabbit


Never follow one down a hole,
For you never know what is at the end.
There maybe a world of insanity at the end,
And you may end up with a queen,
Wishing for your head to be removed.
You may have troubles with getting the right size,
Do you wish to be over big or much too little?
You may come upon a tea party,
Where there is no rules,
But you must answer a riddle,
That has no answer.
A caterpillar with a bubble pipe,
May be the only creature that wishes to help.
Yet all of this may just be a dream,
From a bored child,
Who wants something without any rules.


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