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fehyesvintagemanga:

Takemiya Keiko

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Room Share
by Ishino Aya

Room Share

by Ishino Aya

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Feelings of this kind stain like indigo.


                          
Yagate, Ao ni Naru (Here comes the blues)
by Est Em

         

Feelings of this kind stain like indigo.

                         

Yagate, Ao ni Naru (Here comes the blues)

by Est Em

         

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We spent many happy days together.
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The Linden Tree By the well in front of the (village) gate there stands a linden tree; I dreamt in its shade many a sweet dream.
I carved in its bark  many a word of love; in joy and in sorrow  it drew me ever to it
Once more today I had to wander past it in the dead of night, and even in the darkness I closed my eyes (rested and dreamt).
And its branches rustled as if they were calling to me ‘Come here to me, friend, here you will find your rest’
The cold winds blew straight into my face, my hat flew from my head, but I did not turn around.
Now I am many hours’ journey away from that place; but still I hear the rustling: ‘You would find rest there!’


          
Ian seems to sing this song to Jeremy in an early volume of the series.Der Lindenbaum is the best known piece of 24 from the song cycle Der Winterreise (Winter Journey) by Schubert, adapted from Müller’s poems. It tells about the snow-bound wanderings of an outcast whose love has been rejected.In romantic literature, the linden tree is often a symbol of home and safety. In germanic mythology, it is a symbol of peace, truth and justice, it’s associated with Freyja, the motherly goddess of truth and love. It’s said that it’s not possible to lie while standing under its shade.We watch Jeremy’s inner life becoming a deep, wild forest as the story grows darker… as if this forest represented secrecy, trees surrounded by creepers… anxiety.It’s a very beautiful song… and I think it fits this story quite perfectly. The singing is very intense, both bright and dark. To my unaccustomed ears, it was a little difficult to listen at first… well, it’s german singing about dramatic emotions, so it probably cannot be very sweet. Nevertheless, I found this version which to me seems lighter, gentler… and this one with cello instead of the singing voice is the one I like best…Imagine the final panels, the piano, a trace of leaves scattered in the river… the wind…

The Linden Tree

By the well in front of the (village) gate
there stands a linden tree;
I dreamt in its shade
many a sweet dream.

I carved in its bark
many a word of love;
in joy and in sorrow
it drew me ever to it

Once more today I had to wander
past it in the dead of night,
and even in the darkness
I closed my eyes (rested and dreamt).

And its branches rustled
as if they were calling to me
‘Come here to me, friend,
here you will find your rest’

The cold winds blew
straight into my face,
my hat flew from my head,
but I did not turn around.

Now I am many hours’ journey
away from that place;
but still I hear the rustling:
‘You would find rest there!’

          

Ian seems to sing this song to Jeremy in an early volume of the series.

Der Lindenbaum is the best known piece of 24 from the song cycle Der Winterreise (Winter Journey) by Schubert, adapted from Müller’s poems. It tells about the snow-bound wanderings of an outcast whose love has been rejected.

In romantic literature, the linden tree is often a symbol of home and safety. In germanic mythology, it is a symbol of peace, truth and justice, it’s associated with Freyja, the motherly goddess of truth and love. It’s said that it’s not possible to lie while standing under its shade.

We watch Jeremy’s inner life becoming a deep, wild forest as the story grows darker… as if this forest represented secrecy, trees surrounded by creepers… anxiety.

It’s a very beautiful song… and I think it fits this story quite perfectly. The singing is very intense, both bright and dark. To my unaccustomed ears, it was a little difficult to listen at first… well, it’s german singing about dramatic emotions, so it probably cannot be very sweet. Nevertheless, I found this version which to me seems lighter, gentler… and this one with cello instead of the singing voice is the one I like best…Imagine the final panels, the piano, a trace of leaves scattered in the river… the wind…

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This despair does not yet have a name.


         
Zankoku na Kami ga Shihaisuru
by Hagio Moto

This despair does not yet have a name.

         

Zankoku na Kami ga Shihaisuru

by Hagio Moto

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est-em:

Happy Valentine’s Day

est-em:

Happy Valentine’s Day

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Canis
by Zakk

Canis
by Zakk

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neomelodramatic:

えすとえむ Est Em:

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Characters which appear: Theo, Darren (Show ga Hanetara Aimashou); 
Leon, Alfonso, Pablo, Chicos, Jesus, Angel, Taka (ULTRAS);
Viejos, Jesus (
Sakuhin Number 20);
Oscar, Emilio, Lafita, Mauro (
Orokamono wa Aka wo Kirau).

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