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Aziz Akrish

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Krissy in Wonderland


I came to this place filled with wondrous curiosity,
I felt the ferocity of a cat,
they call it the Cheshire Cat!

I see trees of purple,
shrooms that look like turtles,
long eared Rabbit that hurtles.

I greet him with joy,
he calls me old boy,
I ask for his name he tells me he is the white rabbit and he then jumps for joy.

I search for krissy,
but the place is messy,
now I found the tainted love he looks like a yeti,
frightened I am I dance like Elvis Presley.

Krissy calls for me,
but only to be an illusion of the Cheshire cat,
tainted love is still chasing me like a sand rat.

I see her up the mountains,
setting beside the fountains,
I take a spear and cleanse the tainted love,
wore the glove and made love to krissy.

This is what happened in Wonderland.

Submitted: Monday, June 30, 2014
Edited: Sunday, July 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: love and art


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