Alice is a designer who suffers from a vivid imagination, represented by the colorful knots on the outside of her hospital gown and the blood and nervousness apparent on her wrists and skirt hem. The departure of her playmate Bunny has caused her to experience hallucinations, and although her fantasy world appears fantastic, these visions are often painful for her. Given Alice's experiences, one may wonder whether the story of Alice in Wonderland can truly be considered a fairy tale.
In Alice's mind, a twisted maze
A world of colours, but ablaze
With darkness, fear and pain
Her wonderland, a nightmare reign
Her gown, a symbol of her pain
Her wrists, stained with blood like rain
She wanders through her twisted dreams
A place where nothing's what it seems
Her illusions, so real, so raw
A haunting world without a flaw
A place where sanity's a curse
And every joy, a maddening hearse
Her designs, a horror show
Her mind, a place where monsters grow
Is Wonderland just a trap?
A nightmare that she can't unwrap?
As she falls deeper into her fears
Her mind, a place of endless tears
A world of madness, pain and fright
Alice's wonderland, a never-ending night.