Thoughts ebb and flow,
As you wonder where to go.
The black cat screeches by,
Screaming a demon’s lullaby.
The white rabbit, now grown in time,
Speaks nonsense in wordless rhyme.
Hands spread for balance lost,
Into this world you’re tossed.
Wallow in the crimson white,
Pray to dead Gods to fix your plight.
Stumble past bodies in decay,
Wolves in the moonlight bay.
The grumbling of earth’s breaking heart,
The Cheshire’s oath to rend you apart.
Hands catch you as you fall,
Enchanted by the siren’s call;
Your name, long lost, and now you wonder,
As into the darkest depths you plunder.
Nameless as the fears of old,
Searching for the faery’s gold.
Eyes fever bright in heat,
For something you will never meet.
Curled upon an ancient alter,
Death descends and will not falter;
The hollow shell of what used to be,
Is all anyone else shall see.