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WQszMsybfIraZQtD (Anonymous )1: 'Curiouser and Curiouser' (Alice in Wonderland, Disney's 1951 Version)
Hi Debbie,Oh, god. It's such a question. I think about it a lot: how far do we go to help, or toterale, or endure someone else? How much have we ourselves been helped, toteraled, endured? I think I am getting hard in my old age. But if you're asking me what I'd do in your place with your friend, I'd either ask myself if I can have him as a friend without having expectations he'll change (ie let him be), or cut him loose. It depends, if he's hitting you up for money etc, or even heapings of sympathy all the time. If he's taking things from you that you feel you can't really afford. If he is, cut him loose. But if he's not asking for things, emotional sustenance or money or excuses, then maybe you can just sit and be his friend? If the positions were reversed what would you like? Hope you find the way. Are you doing any writing? How are the birds?xxxxx kate
2013/03/27 - 14:12

StormySkize (Signed )1: 'Curiouser and Curiouser' (Alice in Wonderland, Disney's 1951 Version)
This was a unique look at the books.
2008/06/23 - 18:47

lupinschewtoy (Signed )1: 'Curiouser and Curiouser' (Alice in Wonderland, Disney's 1951 Version)
I love your poem.  The idea that the reader of the poem is also Alice, all of the characters in the story, and a seperate entity at once is confusing, yet somehow vaguely right.  Maybe not even vaguely, but the only way to understand Alice in Wonderland.  I've read both Alice and Through the Looking Glass and just thought they were drug addled ramblings.  But your take on the books almost makes the books make sense.  Very good work.  This poem should be published and analyzed for years to come.  Keep writing.

Author's Response: I'm not sure if I've already responded to your post (I thought I did but my account says otherwise), if I have, just ignore this...  Thanks for your very kind review!!!  After reading both Alice Adventures at a less naive age, I certainly thought that it could be interpretations of a very weird drug trip.  May I say, I'm glad that I'm not the only one to think so.  I'm glad you liked my interpretation of the books, this poem was entertaining to write.  Thanks :)
2007/03/24 - 01:37

Raira (Signed )1: 'Curiouser and Curiouser' (Alice in Wonderland, Disney's 1951 Version)
A very interesting interpertation!

Author's Response: thanks ;)
2007/03/10 - 04:37


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