entering Wonderland again
|Alice seems to have trouble remembering the poem 'How doth the little-'. With that in mind, pick a famous poem of choice and rewrite it in a most nonsensical way. (you must provide link to original poem within your item)
I think that I will never see
The footprints of a manatee,
Nor follow past the phoenix's nest
To find the place twixt east and west,
No, I shall never find a way
To understand what fairies say--
Nor spy a dragon in the air
And chase him to I know not where,
My world is hopelessly mundane,
Where chocolate never falls like rain.
No, I can't live in fantasy.
But oh, I wish that it could be.
Line count: 12
After Joyce Kilmer's "Trees"