Peter Pan

Submitted by Bernadette on Tue, 10/28/2008 - 18:51

Captivated, he stepped unto the plank
His sword unsheathed; his smile was broad
He cast his glance aside, waving his hand
The sea was tyrant; the fish were bored
He shuffled his feet and bounced upon the sea
Upon the water, one heel he did ski
In the hat, The Never Bird sat afloat
Merrily, he danced upon the leaping sea
The waters laughed as he jolted back
Smiling away, he threw his sword; it landed not
Through the air it flew, and so did he

Author's age when written


This was very well written. You explained Peter Pan very well!


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Peter Pan is one of the best books ever, isn't it?
Great job!
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