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naymira95:

Kokuriko-zaka Kara (From Up on Poppy Hill) is such a beautiful, sweet story about love. I am watching it again now and I can’t help but fall in love with their story all over again because it really is wonderful and they are so cute and innocent and I love them so much. And the time they fought when they thought they were related…
Umi: "If you don’t like me, just say so."
Shun: "Sawamura Yuichiro. He’s my real father. It’s like some cheap melodrama. Dad told me years ago. I even checked at the City Hall. We’re brother and sister.”
Umi: "What should we do?”
Shun: "We forget whatever it was we felt about each other. We’ll just be friends, like before.”
It literally broke my heart. Umi was so brave when she accepted it and decided that she still liked Shun.
Umi: I think [my father] sent you to me. That’s what I want to believe. I love you, Shun. Even if we’re related, even if you’re my brother, I will always love you.
Shun: (stunned) I feel the same about you. 
How can you not love them after that?
This movie made me realize the beauty of platonic love. You don’t need all those affections between two people to make your audience believe in their love. Two people can just be attracted to one another naturally without any of that, something I don’t see very much in current novels (or maybe I just haven’t looked at the right places) and something I still need to learn when writing romance. 
Well, let’s get back to fangirling between Umi and Shun. Kyaaaa~
And I love the songs very, very much
Never give up on your love. That’s what their story tells me.
Disclaimer: these pics are not mine nor was I the one who editted any of them
naymira95:

Kokuriko-zaka Kara (From Up on Poppy Hill) is such a beautiful, sweet story about love. I am watching it again now and I can’t help but fall in love with their story all over again because it really is wonderful and they are so cute and innocent and I love them so much. And the time they fought when they thought they were related…
Umi: "If you don’t like me, just say so."
Shun: "Sawamura Yuichiro. He’s my real father. It’s like some cheap melodrama. Dad told me years ago. I even checked at the City Hall. We’re brother and sister.”
Umi: "What should we do?”
Shun: "We forget whatever it was we felt about each other. We’ll just be friends, like before.”
It literally broke my heart. Umi was so brave when she accepted it and decided that she still liked Shun.
Umi: I think [my father] sent you to me. That’s what I want to believe. I love you, Shun. Even if we’re related, even if you’re my brother, I will always love you.
Shun: (stunned) I feel the same about you. 
How can you not love them after that?
This movie made me realize the beauty of platonic love. You don’t need all those affections between two people to make your audience believe in their love. Two people can just be attracted to one another naturally without any of that, something I don’t see very much in current novels (or maybe I just haven’t looked at the right places) and something I still need to learn when writing romance. 
Well, let’s get back to fangirling between Umi and Shun. Kyaaaa~
And I love the songs very, very much
Never give up on your love. That’s what their story tells me.
Disclaimer: these pics are not mine nor was I the one who editted any of them
naymira95:

Kokuriko-zaka Kara (From Up on Poppy Hill) is such a beautiful, sweet story about love. I am watching it again now and I can’t help but fall in love with their story all over again because it really is wonderful and they are so cute and innocent and I love them so much. And the time they fought when they thought they were related…
Umi: "If you don’t like me, just say so."
Shun: "Sawamura Yuichiro. He’s my real father. It’s like some cheap melodrama. Dad told me years ago. I even checked at the City Hall. We’re brother and sister.”
Umi: "What should we do?”
Shun: "We forget whatever it was we felt about each other. We’ll just be friends, like before.”
It literally broke my heart. Umi was so brave when she accepted it and decided that she still liked Shun.
Umi: I think [my father] sent you to me. That’s what I want to believe. I love you, Shun. Even if we’re related, even if you’re my brother, I will always love you.
Shun: (stunned) I feel the same about you. 
How can you not love them after that?
This movie made me realize the beauty of platonic love. You don’t need all those affections between two people to make your audience believe in their love. Two people can just be attracted to one another naturally without any of that, something I don’t see very much in current novels (or maybe I just haven’t looked at the right places) and something I still need to learn when writing romance. 
Well, let’s get back to fangirling between Umi and Shun. Kyaaaa~
And I love the songs very, very much
Never give up on your love. That’s what their story tells me.
Disclaimer: these pics are not mine nor was I the one who editted any of them
naymira95:

Kokuriko-zaka Kara (From Up on Poppy Hill) is such a beautiful, sweet story about love. I am watching it again now and I can’t help but fall in love with their story all over again because it really is wonderful and they are so cute and innocent and I love them so much. And the time they fought when they thought they were related…
Umi: "If you don’t like me, just say so."
Shun: "Sawamura Yuichiro. He’s my real father. It’s like some cheap melodrama. Dad told me years ago. I even checked at the City Hall. We’re brother and sister.”
Umi: "What should we do?”
Shun: "We forget whatever it was we felt about each other. We’ll just be friends, like before.”
It literally broke my heart. Umi was so brave when she accepted it and decided that she still liked Shun.
Umi: I think [my father] sent you to me. That’s what I want to believe. I love you, Shun. Even if we’re related, even if you’re my brother, I will always love you.
Shun: (stunned) I feel the same about you. 
How can you not love them after that?
This movie made me realize the beauty of platonic love. You don’t need all those affections between two people to make your audience believe in their love. Two people can just be attracted to one another naturally without any of that, something I don’t see very much in current novels (or maybe I just haven’t looked at the right places) and something I still need to learn when writing romance. 
Well, let’s get back to fangirling between Umi and Shun. Kyaaaa~
And I love the songs very, very much
Never give up on your love. That’s what their story tells me.
Disclaimer: these pics are not mine nor was I the one who editted any of them
naymira95:

Kokuriko-zaka Kara (From Up on Poppy Hill) is such a beautiful, sweet story about love. I am watching it again now and I can’t help but fall in love with their story all over again because it really is wonderful and they are so cute and innocent and I love them so much. And the time they fought when they thought they were related…
Umi: "If you don’t like me, just say so."
Shun: "Sawamura Yuichiro. He’s my real father. It’s like some cheap melodrama. Dad told me years ago. I even checked at the City Hall. We’re brother and sister.”
Umi: "What should we do?”
Shun: "We forget whatever it was we felt about each other. We’ll just be friends, like before.”
It literally broke my heart. Umi was so brave when she accepted it and decided that she still liked Shun.
Umi: I think [my father] sent you to me. That’s what I want to believe. I love you, Shun. Even if we’re related, even if you’re my brother, I will always love you.
Shun: (stunned) I feel the same about you. 
How can you not love them after that?
This movie made me realize the beauty of platonic love. You don’t need all those affections between two people to make your audience believe in their love. Two people can just be attracted to one another naturally without any of that, something I don’t see very much in current novels (or maybe I just haven’t looked at the right places) and something I still need to learn when writing romance. 
Well, let’s get back to fangirling between Umi and Shun. Kyaaaa~
And I love the songs very, very much
Never give up on your love. That’s what their story tells me.
Disclaimer: these pics are not mine nor was I the one who editted any of them
naymira95:

Kokuriko-zaka Kara (From Up on Poppy Hill) is such a beautiful, sweet story about love. I am watching it again now and I can’t help but fall in love with their story all over again because it really is wonderful and they are so cute and innocent and I love them so much. And the time they fought when they thought they were related…
Umi: "If you don’t like me, just say so."
Shun: "Sawamura Yuichiro. He’s my real father. It’s like some cheap melodrama. Dad told me years ago. I even checked at the City Hall. We’re brother and sister.”
Umi: "What should we do?”
Shun: "We forget whatever it was we felt about each other. We’ll just be friends, like before.”
It literally broke my heart. Umi was so brave when she accepted it and decided that she still liked Shun.
Umi: I think [my father] sent you to me. That’s what I want to believe. I love you, Shun. Even if we’re related, even if you’re my brother, I will always love you.
Shun: (stunned) I feel the same about you. 
How can you not love them after that?
This movie made me realize the beauty of platonic love. You don’t need all those affections between two people to make your audience believe in their love. Two people can just be attracted to one another naturally without any of that, something I don’t see very much in current novels (or maybe I just haven’t looked at the right places) and something I still need to learn when writing romance. 
Well, let’s get back to fangirling between Umi and Shun. Kyaaaa~
And I love the songs very, very much
Never give up on your love. That’s what their story tells me.
Disclaimer: these pics are not mine nor was I the one who editted any of them

naymira95:

Kokuriko-zaka Kara (From Up on Poppy Hill) is such a beautiful, sweet story about love. I am watching it again now and I can’t help but fall in love with their story all over again because it really is wonderful and they are so cute and innocent and I love them so much. And the time they fought when they thought they were related…

Umi: "If you don’t like me, just say so."

Shun: "Sawamura Yuichiro. He’s my real father. It’s like some cheap melodrama. Dad told me years ago. I even checked at the City Hall. We’re brother and sister.”

Umi: "What should we do?”

Shun: "We forget whatever it was we felt about each other. We’ll just be friends, like before.”

It literally broke my heart. Umi was so brave when she accepted it and decided that she still liked Shun.

Umi: I think [my father] sent you to me. That’s what I want to believe. I love you, Shun. Even if we’re related, even if you’re my brother, I will always love you.

Shun: (stunned) I feel the same about you. 

How can you not love them after that?

This movie made me realize the beauty of platonic love. You don’t need all those affections between two people to make your audience believe in their love. Two people can just be attracted to one another naturally without any of that, something I don’t see very much in current novels (or maybe I just haven’t looked at the right places) and something I still need to learn when writing romance. 

Well, let’s get back to fangirling between Umi and Shun. Kyaaaa~

And I love the songs very, very much

Never give up on your love. That’s what their story tells me.

Disclaimer: these pics are not mine nor was I the one who editted any of them

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