All i want….

Is Will and Peter to run away with all their animals.

And live happily ever after away from all psychopaths. 

(Reblogged from kitzwitt)


Headcanon that Will takes in some of Peter’s animals while he’s incarcerated like Alana took care of Will’s dogs.


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"I like your dogs." 

What I need to believe happened after Su-Zakana ended last night. I want Peter and Will to be buddied forever, and stay away from psychopaths.

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I think I hate him.

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It’s like Peter is his lost innocence personified. Will fights for him so fiercely not only for the sake of this man but for the sake of himself. By saving Peter from all-consuming corrupting shadow that follows that stalks that pries on this boy’s innocence he may save himself from his own? Peter mirrors everything Will used to be, strange, unfitting, crooked piece but before corrosion started. Watching what is being done to Peter is like watching everything that happened to Will in slow motion on the outside by himself. Replaying the events with someone else cast as people involved. Peter still can be saved, Peter is hope, and so he is beacon of salvation for Will. If he endured  what was done to him maybe Will can to - walk out of it untainted, unmarked, whole? Will prevents the corruption from being completed in Peter, he’s there before transformation twists Peter into someone he is not but forced to be. Like a message to self that no matter how deep the shadow reached, no matter how toxic the sickness in you becomes (that “it” Will has in him),  as long  as you hear the birds, read people’s faces, see their hearts and feel it all on your skin you remember who you are and you can go back to the start. Or can you?

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St. Francis of Assisi’s birth name was Giovanni di Pietro di Bernardone. He was known for his kindness to animals and a deep sense of compassion and humility.

Peter Bernardone’s name is a near direct translation.