Adam M. Snow
Beyond Wonderland - Poem by Adam M. Snow
By: Adam M. Snow
I've searched this morbid night,
longing for this love's delight,
behind this nameless emotion,
and in search for my soul's devotion.
Beyond this world within a dream,
cross the river of the moonlight beam,
to a land beyond reality,
not mended by morality,
to a place only in my mind,
yet I am but blind.
Yet to see once again,
a land so awe and great times ten.
A dream, thought to have shattered,
and the stars in the sky once scattered,
now dances with joy to an endless tone,
rejoicing, rejoicing to the one at the throne.
Benevolently looking upon the land,
as he gracefully takes me in his hand.
At the sight of all this beauty and wonder,
do I truly stop to ponder.
Now awake, do I see a rabbit so pure and white,
as I followed him back into this morbid night.
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