Regis Auffray

Regis Auffray, poetry, short stories, personal quotes

Alice in Wonderland (rhyming acrostic)

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Alice in Wonderland         (Rhyming Acrostic where each letter of the title begins a new verse)
Alice in Woderland a
Alice, dear Alice in your land of wonder;
Listen, can you hear a voice like thunder?
Is it the Jabberwock or the Mad Hatter;
Could it be the Knave of Hearts, for that matter?
Everyone in your world can alter their voice.

In your magical realm everyone has a choice.
Now that these visions have set the scene,

Will you please tell me all that you’ve seen?
Oh how I am wishing to be with you there;
Nothing would stop me from meeting the March Hare.
Down in that extraordinary rabbit hole,
Everyone is eager to take a thrilling stroll;
Reality fades and fantasy flourishes.
Ladies and gentlemen you may make your wishes.
Alice will be our most gracious guide;
No one must stray away from her side.
Do not let common sense be swayed by your pride.


Written by Regis Auffray

January 21, 2016 at 10:10 pm

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  1. Good one. That’s a different Alice than Lewis Carroll introduced me to as a child.


    January 21, 2016 at 11:49 pm

    • Alice is all grown up now… …so she looks a bit different. Thank you for the comment. I still have not a clue as to how to use this site. Trial and error I suppose. I’m still working on other “stuff” so it’s not as if I’ve given WordPress a fair shake.

      Regis Auffray

      January 22, 2016 at 12:43 am

  2. Good choice of tags and category. Should see some traffic; there are a lot of poets on WP.


    January 22, 2016 at 12:12 am

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