All the philosophical thoughts I ever have come to me late at night.
These are just some simple thoughts I had after finishing The Little White Bird. It is the first documented mentioning of Peter Pan Mr. Barrie ever made. It shows him in Kensington Gardens, before he flew away to the Neverland and became famous.
If you don't know anything about Peter Pan, I suggest you read the book.
If you don't know anything about Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, I suggest you read the book.
If you find it annoying that I won't give you any lengthy details about the story or what happens or any of the particulars, I would like you to kindly shove off.
Thank you all, and have a lovely night's sleep.
Also, I think there might be a ghost outside my bedroom door. He seems pleasant enough, though, so I'll leave well alone.
Sooooo I guess my biggest concern with this is....does it get too personal? I mean, I
love and adore Peter Pan, and I feel like maybe these sentiments aren't entirely universal? Does that make any sense? Basically I want to know if you were able to relate to it or not. That's my biggest concern. I repeated myself. Lovely.