Wonderland: A Poem


Tumbling down a rabbit hole,

Where I'll land, no one knows,

A pit of sand or a bed of nails,

Or Neverland with a ship that sails,

If not, then a wardrobe, filled with snow,

Or a castle that's a wizard school, where magic overflows,

Perhaps it will lead to Middle-earth with elves and hobbits, too,

Or I'll land in an insane asylum, and find that nothing's true,

Maybe it's not important where my weary feet might land,

I must take the journey of my mind, the road that isn't planned.

Down the Rabbit Hole


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NateB11 3 years ago from California, United States of America

Conjures up vivid imagery and I love the rhythm of it.

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Theater girl 3 years ago from New Jersey

I like the references. Reminds me of down of my own...very interesting how you weaved them all together

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Ebower 3 years ago from Georgia Author

NateB11: Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)

Theater girl: Thanks! I wanted to write a poem about the joy of imagination and books, so I included some of my favorite stories.

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BlossomSB 3 years ago from Victoria, Australia

So many reminders of past imaginings. Love it.

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Ebower 3 years ago from Georgia Author

BlossomSB: I'm so glad you loved it! Thanks for reading.

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