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Farewell, Peter Pan

Poetry By: Sapphire Soul
Fan fiction



Wendy really loved Peter, but reality would never allow her dreams to be real...


Submitted:Mar 7, 2012    Reads: 33    Comments: 2    Likes: 2   


Oh, Peter, my love, thief of my heart

Who lives second star to the right,

The one who takes my breath away

The reason my windows are open at night.

Your eyes are a sea of Forget-Me-Not's

Yet you are a boy that the world forgot

A laugh that echoes like pealing bells

And a brilliant smile of pale seashells

Your devious shadow is like a bottle of ink

That tipped over and keeps running away

(That's how I met you, at the foot of my bed)

As if using soap would make it stay!

Soft gentle lips that taste of sea salt,

And sun-baked skin like the sand on the shore.

A rhythmic heartbeat, like an Indian's drum,

You are all that I want and so much more

But I can't keep pretending; I have to grow up, and leave behind these childish dreams

Though I wish I could stay a lost girl forever, I must return to reality.





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