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Rabbit Hole
by Tabitha R Carter

Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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The poem speaks for itself. If I could disappear for a moment's time, maybe I'd be alive.


Sometimes I wish I could slip into that rabbit hole.
Dig deep into the walls.
Bury the outer world
and melt into nothing at all.

Maybe a speck of dust
sitting in that hole.
nothing great, no purpose,
no grand opening role.

I'd sit in that hole for sometime.
Hiding, balled up into a curl.
eyes shut, mind closed,
block out the noisy world.

within the darkness I hear
my world,
no fears.

Within the tunnel of thought
eyes shut
my world
no ears.

If I crawled into a rabbit hole
I'd make it out alive.
my thoughts,
my voice.
just right.

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Reviewed by Brian Pellerino 9/24/2008

Rabbits know no holes only homes...
A hole is an opening in the firmament, perhaps that us what you seek...

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 9/24/2008
Sometimes my "rabbit hole" is sleep... ...until dreams "awaken" me. I can relate to the sentiments that you express within your verses, Tabitha. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/24/2008
Although I hear an echo of sadness coming from that rabbit hole, I also feel that there is a sense that like the soft cuddly bunny the subject of your write needs someone to just stroke your heart to make you smile again.

Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 9/24/2008
This is a very good poem.I like how you describe yourself if you was in that hole with deep emotions and feelings.Take care of yourself


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