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[the princess of the paupers.] ([personal profile] lookslikelove) wrote2009-02-17 12:35 am

[second star to the right & straight on to morning]

[livejournal.com profile] picspammy. challenge #07: behold a picspam that has been in the making since January. This thing is marvellously large and I am not certain I would do it any other way.






"What’s your name?" he asked.
"Wendy Moira Angela Darling," she replied with some satisfaction. "What is your name?"
"Peter Pan."
She was already sure that he must be Peter, but it did seem a comparatively short name.
"Is that all?"
"Yes," he said rather sharply. He felt for the first time that it was a shortish name.
"I’m so sorry," said Wendy Moira Angela.




As time wore on did she think much about the beloved parents she had left behind her?...Wendy did not really worry about her father and mother; she was absolutely confident that they would always keep the window open for her to fly back by, and this gave her complete ease of mind. What did disturb her at times was that John remembered his parents vaguely only, as people he had once known, while Michael was quite willing to believe that she was really his mother. These things scared her a little, and nobly anxious to do her duty, she tried to fix the old life in their minds by setting them examination papers on it, as like as possible to the ones she used to do at school…The questions were all written in the past tense. What was the colour of Mother’s eyes, and so on. Wendy, you see, had been forgetting too.





Peter: Forget them, Wendy. Forget them all. Come with me where you'll never, never have to worry about grown up things again.
Wendy: Never is an awfully long time.





She let her hands play in the hair of the tragic boy. She was not a little girl heart-broken about him; she was a grown woman smiling at it all, but they were wet eyed smiles.
Then she turned up the light, and Peter saw. He gave a cry of pain; and when the tall beautiful creature stooped to lift him in her arms he drew back sharply.
"What is it?" he cried again.
She had to tell him.
"I am old, Peter. I am ever so much more than twenty. I grew up long ago."


CREDITS:
Rachel Hurd-Wood.org
Long Ago Captures.org
DJ Capslock@LJ
shelightsupwell (banner)
FILMS USED: Peter Pan (1953), Peter Pan (2003), Hook (1991) & Finding Neverland (2004)


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