Ivy Mullenax

Her Wonderland - Poem by Ivy Mullenax

She’s alone
No one their to help her
To hear her silent screams
In a dark hallway
Walking a endless trail
She stops
Frozen staring at a door
It was not there before
Slowly her feet start moving
No sound but the thump of her feet
The door opens
She’s frozen again
A guy stands in the door
Holding his hand out to her
Beckoning her to come with him
She hesitates
He was glowing with a faint golden light
The light was coming from behind
She could see a wonderland
Full of life and light
He stares at her
His hand still reaching for her
She walks toward him
Her feet shuffle as she walks
She takes his hand
And starts to walk into her wonderland
But stops halfway and looks back
She takes one last look at the darkness behind her
And steps into the light into her wonderland

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 8, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, April 8, 2011

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