The Rabbit Hole

I feel like going down the rabbit hole,

not knowing which way up or which way down.

I feel that I may never be found,

in this land of riddles, that has me bound.

Will I ever find the right way home

or will I be stuck forever alone.

There's no key to open the door or even

a window to look out, for I am trapped

in a world of my own.Where the northren

lights light the way,and where the night

is beautiful as day.But in this world

of my own,there's no one else here,just me and

me alone.I am in a world that has no name,

where I live with no grief or pain.

So as I go down this rabbit hole,

into a world I only know,

may I be able to find my self within

the depths of this hole and have the

courage to free my soul,

to let others know how it feels

deep down, in the rabbit hole

Author's Notes/Comments: 


View godslark's Full Portfolio
nightlight1220's picture

Life and love can certainly

Life and love can certainly be a "maze", as the talented Lewis Carroll portrays in Alice's journey...


He was apparently writing about his own "maze" experienced through his own mind....and it surely took great courage to open that up to the world. Now we think his maze is totally amazing. 


We are all amazing just the way we are. Even when we feel alone and frightened. Remember that feelings are not facts unless for some reason you want them to be to make someone else's tripped out reality of who you are true. You have the power to change your view of yourself. Many blessings. The universe awaits you.


...and he asked her, "do you write poetry? Because I feel as if I am the ink that flows from your quill."

"No", she replied, "but I have experienced it. "


GodsLark's picture


Thanks for commenting. This poem was inspired by Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland, its my favorite book.

Morningglory's picture

The rabbit hole grabbed me

The rabbit hole grabbed me and suck me right in. Thoroughly enjoyed the read...

Copyright © morningglory

GodsLark's picture

thank you

Thank You so much for reading and commenting on it. I'm glad you like reading it.