Except (Peter Pan)

Originally Posted: Sep. 21st, 2006
Length/Rating: 100 words, PG, Gen
Pairing/Warnings: none
Summary: Ever wonder why the pirates hate Peter Pan so much?

PETER PAN is possibly still under copyright to Sir James Matthew Barrie and the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, but apparently it depends on who you ask. All rights reserved. No copyright infringement is intended nor implied.

Peter never grew older, but neither did Hook. The boy skipped through the centuries living moment to moment in blissful forgetfulness. The man clawed his way from sun-up to sun-down, focused on the one thing that would set him free.

The pirates died… and rose to life again as soon as Peter forgot he’d killed them. They’d long ago given up on escaping immortality the easy way, death never lasted long in Neverland.

Except.

Tink’s magic may have brought the boy to Neverland, but Pan was Neverland now. Everything danced to his whims, and he’d never let them go.

Except.


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