Alice: I've seen some weird shit. Dorothy: So have I.
I prefer calm waters and neverending green scenery to buisy streets, in a canoe, my hands raw from paddling, the wind whispering, a fellow companion murmmuring to the waves, bring me somewhere where it never ends. And when I arrive on soil, my naked fox feet will always wonder on the lichen forest floor, my soul savage, free and laughing. I kiss the stars goodnight one by one, and howl until my lungs are tired, uncaged and wild, under the pale moonlight, awake and conscious, dreaming of nothing more.