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So many questions.
And so little answers.
But with so much evidence.
I see that I am flying,
looking down at the snow-covered peaks of tall, tall mountains,
each of them poking out even through the highest of clouds,
and going on and on for miles and miles.
This is the roof of the world.
This is a sight that I have dreamed and longed for,
dreamed and longed for
for far too long.
These are golden fields of wheat
wheat so soft to the touch,
soft as a pillow;
particularly beautiful in the summer sunlight.
These are the yaks and dogs,
one creature barks and one creature pulling carts.
These are the scents of beauty and life and happiness,
they smell of sweet oils and incense.
These are the people:
slightly tan to the skin color,
robes of gold, red, and a thin blue lining in the delicate fabric.
Shy at first, but welcoming with their smiling lips and eyes.
Eyes that have more stories than you can even imagine to tell to you.
These are the people.
A young and smo
FamilyHayao Miyazaki was a legend. And still continues to. A living, movie-making, legend. He made many animated movies such as Totoro, Kiki's Delivery Service, Princess Mononke, and Castle in the Sky. But the one that he favored most was one of his masterpieces, Spirited Away. It attracted the attention of millions of people of all age groups around the world. His characters from this film immediately became favorites to these viewers. These characters included Chihiro, and Haku.
Chihiro and Haku became one of the most magical childhood romance couples. Miyazaki, the genius behind this beautiful film, admitted sheepishly but with a sense of pride, that he was a fan of child romance, and included these romances in all of his films to attract all older age groups as well. Each little romance became the DNA of his movies. Chihiro and Haku became the ultimate.
Everyone in the room cheered. It's finished. After long years of hard work and effort into pursuing the goal to make one of the grea
Spirited Away: Emotions GaloreHer smile kept entering his mind.
He had to see her again.
He had no where else to go, anyway, for his home, his river, was dead due to the apartments. He couldn't stay at the bathhouse, either. It had taken him so long to finally win this freedom, and now he didn't want to lose it.
He needed to see her again.
Chihiro had left him only a mere day or two ago. And now that Yubaba was finally out of his hair, he couldn't quite figure out what to do next.
Until now, when he remembered his promise.
He was hesitant, though. He was a spirit. After he crosses that field and through that tunnel, he is taking a step into the human world. Nobody-not one spirit-has ever thought or dared to cross the boundary line that separated themselves from the spirit world and the physical world. So he never did, either. But today, he was going to be brave, and prove to these spirits that it is okay. He would do it for the freedom
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