Patina Greene

The Fandom

Speaker 1: But kind sir, why must thou quote anime so?
Speaker 2: I am sorry madam, but cruel fate will never ungrasp the hold that bonds anime and I together...
Speaker 1: But it is with me and Star Wars
Speaker 2: Aye, for when it comes to our desires our hearts knows no bound...
Speaker 1: And our hearts shall fly away and rejoice amongst the heavens
Speaker 2: Thus, fate directs the engulfing of our souls to our most wicked or virtuous desires.

Submitted: Friday, January 10, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 11, 2014

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My friend loves anime. I love Star wars. This is literally a conversation we had, just jazzed up to look like a poem.

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