Failed immigrant blog for all.
Three cheers for all the Little Princes.
That is delightful in a strange way.
It is clever. As graffiti so rarely is.
Right? It really hits the spot.
And wasn't he pretty little in the first place? We can take that on so many levels.
Pretty funny, huh.
Dear Bea. back in 1955, when I was in college, "The Little Prince" was a must-read for all of us! Two students put on a rendition of it with reading and dance.Then recently there's been the movie, which I saw and liked even though it differed somewhat from the book.After the movie I re-read my 1955 copy of "the Little Prince" and delighted in it again. So much wisdom. I know it greatly influenced my life. Peace.
Interesting student memory! I still have an old copy & a 'book on tape' German version that I sometimes listen to. The story still resonates, as you mention. --haven't seen the film. I may just keep it that way. x
A piece of your mind here: