~Warning: it does get a little heated in this part. Have fun!!~
"What game do you have in mind?" you ask the Cheshire Cat who's lying on the branch, extensive tail waving to and fro.
Humming, he pushes himself up and crawls along the tree. His broad shoulders and hips rotate with each sinuous advance. "A simple game of hide and seek," he says.
Your brows furrow. “That doesn't seem very fair.”
“Oh,” he drones sarcastically, “You don't trust me to not disappear?” As he speaks, he evaporates into the florae and appears on a low branch directly beside you with his arms wrapped around your waist. Flinching, you stare into his cynic teal eyes that are nearly filled with the enlarged irises.
“Don't worry, my dear. I may be mad, but I could never deceive such a lovely girl as yourself.” He runs a claw up the length of your
The name echoes through the sunlit trees to only be answered by the calls of birds and hushed sighs of wind whispering through the leaves. Despite the peaceful atmosphere, you are anything but. Your friend Alice had just disappeared during studies to follow a white rabbit, and you had gone to find her after she'd yelped in alarm, but you have yet to locate her.
"Alice!" You call again, more weary. You sigh, "Goodness, where did she go off to this time?" right before you spot a large rabbit hole with the earth and foliage about it disturbed. There's no doubt in your mind that Alice fell down it; she entirely lacks natural restraint in regards to her curiosity. With a worried whimper you run to the hole and look down into the unnaturally abysmal void. For the hundredth time you yell out the girl's name in desperate hope she'll respond, waitin