The bleach poem RUKIA AND ICHIGO
WHo said anime is for kids?
This poem was inspired by BLEACH, a Japanese cartoon or anime that tells the story of two shinigamis or Soul reapers. This cartoon is aired in Japanese and later translated into English French and spanish. You might want to watch it for it is a free ticket into the amazing world of bravery and tenacity.
You should trust me when i say it is worth every single minute. Viewers all over the world have fallen in love with the story , characters and theme songs. You should give it a try.
Who said anime is for kids ha? It is for all ages, and sometimes u can get captivated by some. Bleach is a living example. You can follow the thoughts and feelings of many characters. The characters are portrayed in every manner. It shows us the importance of bravery, family, saving the weak.
Its simply AWESOME!!
I have been waiting all my life to approach your dynasty
And speak to you about what prowls inside. Honestly
My savior I have gone astray perpetually
A thousand times in this world searching uselessly
For any one to blame for the pain.
I know this sounds to you insane
But I had no other way
To terminate the dismay
Though I’ve never let it show
That pain I’ve learned to know
My redeemer, your presence
Has its essence
Bringing life to my soul
Its exceptional fragrance
Fills in the black hole
Your energy spirit your raitsu flows through me
Breaking my everlasting shackles setting me free
From the sight of your faultless eyes I fall
Into the hands of paradise Thou shall fall
I’ve been anticipating all my life waiting
For you to save me and my soul from burning
My liberator my savior
Your love I shall savor.
A true knight in shining armor
An angel equipped with humor
A powerful fortified soul able to lead
My soul a thousand times you’ve freed
I owe you my existence and my heart
My destiny Thou’ shall never depart.
Inspired by Bleach
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