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‘Twas feckish, and the irkly grobes
Did fark and fistle in the slade;
All dingly were the rectiprobes
And the dampnuts updrade.

“Beware the Trumplewock, my friend! 165 more words


LuAnne Holder reblogged this on Wind Rush and commented:

I so enjoyed this poem inspired by Lewis Carroll's poem, Jabberwocky. What better way than to describe the nonsense going on in the US executive office. Enjoy this delightful  poem by SLHARPERPOETRY.

The Frumious Bandersnatch!

I always return to the poetry of Lewis Carroll. It is the height of arrogance to invent new words yet Carroll did it time and again, effortlessly, beautifully, inviting us into a world entirely of his own imagination. 169 more words

Thoughts On Writing

Then She Fell: An Immersive Maze Down a Rabbit's Hole into an Asylum.

Then She Fell: An Immersive Maze Down a Rabbit’s Hole into an Asylum.

By Ross

Wandering out to Williamsburg in order to fall down a rabbit’s hole and find oneself in the insane asylum at The Kingsland Ward, St. 1,020 more words

Ross Says:

The Original Alice

Almost everyone knows the children’s tale Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll either having read the book, or seen or heard, one of the many adaptations over the years.  685 more words

Alice In Wonderland

Cabbages and Kings

“The time has come,”
the walrus said,
“to talk of many things:
Of shoes and ships –
– and sealing wax –
of cabbages and kings”
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We're All Mad Here

‘But I don’t want to go among mad people,’ Alice remarked.
‘Oh, you can’t help that,’ said the Cat: ‘we’re all mad here.
I’m mad. You’re mad.’

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Alice In Wonderland

Concept Art: Down the Rabbit Hole

This collection, “Down the Rabbit Hole”, consists of concept art for Red, White, or In Between . For these photo manips, I used Pixabay for photos and PicMonkey (an online photo-editing site) for the manipulations and other photo effects. 513 more words