PETER PAN or Wendy Lady - Peter Pan

"Don't you know what a kiss is?"

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"Now shall I give you a thimble?"

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"You just think lovely wonderful thoughts and they lift you up in the air."

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"P is for Peter, and so are we all; May I ever keep young and my shadow stay small."

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"It is awfully difficult to catch a mermaid. They are such cruel creatures, Wendy, that they try to pull boys and girls like you into the water and drown them."

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"The Great White Father is glad to see the Piccaninny braves protecting his wigwam from the pirates."

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A Tango with Wendy, Tinker Bell, Tiger Lilly and Peter.

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"Can it be-yes-no-yes, it is the fair Wendy!"

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"Peter, what are you to me?" "Your son, Wendy." "Oh, good-bye."

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"I'm youth, I'm joy, I'm a little bird that has broken out of the egg."

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"The first night I wore the suit I sat a long time in the Hook's cabin with one hand clenched, all but for the forefinger."

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"You don't feel you would like to say anything to my parents, Peter, about a very sweet subject?" "No, Wendy."

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The memory of our first thimble.

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Photos © Laura Shmania, Butterflites