Malice In Wonderland

by RainbowSlider   Mar 30, 2007

Alice your heart has grown so cold.
I wonder if the real story will be told.
Your eyes are like sparkling glass.
But Alice this too will surely pass.

The rabbit will someday get his due.
It wasn't right what he done to you.
Long ago and far away, yet, still new.
Wondering the pain you went through.

It must be hard for you to regain trust.
Knowing rabbits are full of carnal lust.
Your eyes are always open in terror.
Just because of one rabbit's error.

Alice will you chase the rabbits, again?
Will you always be stuck in Wonderland?
Alice will you tell me who this rabbit was?
If we do not protect then who does?

Malice in Wonderland happens often.
And the scars they seldom soften.
But the smile that you try smile
Will all be worth it in the last mile.


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  • 11 years ago

    by Isabella

    You take a fairytale, describing someone else and it turns out utterly sad and marvelous.

  • 11 years ago

    by PygmyPuff

    Wow, great twist on a classic. At the title I was worried, becasue I happen to like the movie, for reasons besides its drug refrences, but you redeemed youself with such a mature and structured poem. I loved it.



  • 11 years ago

    by AMoreMIo

    Wow i really like your poem...its really seems your an expert at writting