Lilith SpiritTheif

Escaping Wonderland

I am escaping wonderland
but I need some help
I can’t remember
Why I’m stuck here
I helped save wonderland
My deed has been done
now what was in it for me?
to be forever trapped in wonderland.

I am escaping wonderland
No longer will I hesitate
to slay that rabbits head
For I know I am not late

I have found my mind
and I am sick of tea
My name is not alice
but what is left of me?

I am escaping wonderland
but I don’t know my name
I don’t know who I am
Or where I am from

Something happened in wonderland
and I lost my memories
Is this the payment, for saving
that god forsaken land?

I am escaping wonderland
So how did alice?
How did she keep her memories
how did she return to families

I am now free from wonderland
but I am stuck
I am stuck between life and death
where death is what is appealing

I thought I escaped from wonderland
a place after my head, my mind.
But when I turn around,
I am back in wonderland. 

Submitted: Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Topic of this poem: dream

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Can we wake up from our own dreams if they aren't dream at all?

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