Escape from Wonderland


United States
43° 11' 34.6272" N, 76° 12' 47.3292" W

Sometimes we fall,
we fall down down down,
into the abyss we go,
untill we hit the bottom.
We hit hard.
Adrenaline rushes through veins.
A rabbit runs along.
“I'm late, I'm late, I'm late.”
We are quick to follow,
quick to follow the cute fluff.
Into the new world we step,
the world of wonderland.
Happiness ensues us.
We are high high high.
We enjoy tea with a mad hatter,
we confront a smoking catipillar,
we are in wonderland.
Then the red queen appears.
We are ensued with fear,
off with her head, off with her head, off with her head.
we run, run, run.
Back to the hole from whence we fell.
We climb until we reach the top.
We slip and fall back,
back into the abyss back into Wonderland.
back to the cute rabbit,
back to the mad hatter,
and the marvelous world.
But we climb back up
our heads are in danger.
Climb, climb, climb,
Fall, fall, fall.
The Chesire cat grins.
Until the time we finally reach the light.
Until we finally pull ourselves out.
Until we finally escape from wonderland.
We escape until one day we fall again,
Fall, fall, fall.
Into a hole,
where there is only a wonderland,
with no red queen.



I like this. I love Alice in Wonderland, and enjoyed how you wrote to include most of the Wonderland universe.

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