Like Alice


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Like Alice

An enveloping melancholy
Masked in glorified attraction-
Running from ashes
Of a buried tale
Running my fingers
Through your hair
As I tumble down
The rabbit hold of uncertainty
Like Alice.

The wells are barren
The wasteland glaciated
Glittering as a prism
Refracting your beauty
Into the many faceted hues
Of a rainbow that leads
To the table where you dine
With a mad hatter
Like Alice.

Roaring vigorously now
The turbulent seas of my desire
Drifting along with gratitude
For your salvation-
A tea cup amidst a tidal wave-
Tossed and battered
Drowning in your embrace
Just a little girl lost in a dream
Trying to find a way home
Like Alice.

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Poetry is what is lost in translation.

Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

Ambrosia’s Poems (19)

Title Comments
Title Comments
Frosted Starling's Wings 1
One little problem 0
Tell Me (And The Storm Shall Pass) 1
Final Act 2
Shattered Silence 2
The Strength of A Thousand Men 1
If I Told You The Truth 2
If I Saw You Tomorrow 2
Attention Men 3
David 2
And I Doubt 2
Did You Know? 1
Untitled 0
Eraser 1
Eyes of Death 1
Flash Of White 0
Like Alice 0
The Dungeon of Contempt 2
Stand or Evade 1