(you’re all the things I’ve got to remember.) I’m still on high wings after seeing Okitegami’s finale and since I said that I was fired up to write a specific post about Kyoko/Yakusuke, it’s better to do it while my eyes are still open.
The episode starts with Yakusuke’s narration about how time is equal to everyone, even Kyoko; just because her memory resets that doesn’t mean she will get to have multiple lives and wonders what their choices will amount to.
(I’m standing at the gates, I see the beauty above.)
(we’re gonna make it.)
(so know I’m gonna stay right here, I’ll sit by your side.)
(all I know since yesterday, is everything has changed.)
(we drew up a landscape, we climbed down a ladder. )
#4th Epi Review : The Memorandum of Kyoko Okitegami/Okitegami Kyoko No Biboroku [aka Won’t Somebody Come Take Me Home]
“It’s a damn cold night, trying to figure out this life; won’t you take me by the hand, take me somewhere new…or SandGlass, whatever.”
#3rd Epi Review : The Memorandum of Kyoko Okitegami/Okitegami Kyoko No Biboroku (aka Don’t Go Breaking My Heart)
I couldn’t if I tried…but I sorta did eeer. Ouch. I mean, ouch. That was a tad harsh. It seems Yakusuke’s bad luck flares up in the worst kind of situations. But there is a glimmer of hope for our unconventional pair from some subtly things that took place in