This is just a small tribute to Paris Jackson for her recent birthday. I hope wherever she is, whatever she's doing, she's happy. The drawing of her in the beginning is my own work. The music is the End Title from the soundtrack of the movie "Oscar and Lucinda" by Thomas Newman. Besides just being one of the coolest pieces of music ever written, in my opinion, I think it really fits Paris, because it expresses so well what the movie is about, which reminds me of Paris in many ways. Because no matter what age, I really think she will always be a "Magical Child," and wise beyond her years and even her experiences. That's her nature, in my opinion, as cultivated by her dad. The book/movie says the following about the heroine, and I think it's equally true for Paris:
"She knew that glass is a thing in disguise.
It is not solid at all, but a liquid,
And even while it is as frail as the ice on a Parramatta puddle,
It is stronger than Sydney sandstone."
Stay strong, Paris.