Friday, June 08, 2007

Studio Ghibli, I Heart You.

So I wrote some haikus for you, along with screen captures. All in conjuction with the Ghiblogathon at Joe's Movie Corner. Head over there and join in!





Yeah, I know Miyazaki's wonderful. But we musn't forget the non-Miyazaki, heartbreaking masterpiece...


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Anonymous said...

Very nice work, Emma.

Glad to see what that prat who commented previously hasn't stopped you from doing your thang. :)

Emma said...

Aww, thank you so much! You have no idea how much it means to me to hear a compliment for once, I've had such a bad day today, you've put a smile on my face, thank you. :)

craig said...

Hello Emmy! More blog updates please!

Emma said...

Hey Craig.

Which haiku is your favourite?

Anonymous said...

Totally agreed about the quiet dignity of Fireflies. It just told the story.

Reel Fanatic said...

I knew there was a reason why this is easily one of my favorite blogs to visit ... Miyazaki is simply a genius of the first order ... I'm not much at haikus, but my favorite Miyazaki is Porco Rosso

Cursed pig in the sky
Learning to live and love well
What a noble beast

Anonymous said...

I agree with Craig. You need to update your blog way more. You're an exceptional writer, and you have the best blog in the universe.

craig said...

Sorry Emma, I didn't see that. I'll say the last one, it has the prettiest picture anyway.

J.D. Judge said...

Wow [sniffles] Grave of the Fireflies is incredible. Absolutely agree. And I made a haiku too! Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind...

"Young princess in a
Dark world destroying all hope,
In Blue over gold."

Best I could do, lol.

The Traipsing Gypsy said...

Hey Emma! I like the haikus, very nice. I like the third one btw.

I'm doing fine, last week was horrendous. I hate school even more now. =(

Good luck with your exams, and more updates soon, hopefully?

Harry W said...

Emma, just got your e-mail.

I'm sure the exam did not go as badly as you feared. You're a genius! Stop worrying and focus on the rest of your exams, and making incredible posts like this.

Best wishes,

Anonymous said...

No Ghibli collection is complete without the lesser known masterpieces: Only Yesterday and I Can Hear the Sea!