Tea Time - Poem by Crystal Pierce
Do you want to go with me
to drink tea?
Let's see what trouble we can get into with the Red Queen.
Let's go and be free!
'Don't be late' says the White Rabbit
If you are he'll have a fit!
Come to Wonderland.
Come on take my hand.
You can meet Alice and the Summer Hare,
The Mad Hatter will also be there!
Come join the fun with us!
We won't make a big fuss.
You'll be greeted with a Chess shire face
when you enter this wacky place.
You don't have to go on a long ride.
Just fall down the hole where the rabbit may hide.
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