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    NATSUKASHII- is a Japanese word used when something evokes a fond memory from your past. ... But natsukashii – which derives from the verb “natsuku”, which means “to keep close and become fond of” – indicates joy and gratitude for the past rather than a desire to return to it.

    I've been a die hard fan of these lines:

    “Everyone has a happy ending, if you're not happy, it's not the end.” ----The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

    I feel not guilty of admitting myself an #escapist. I don't like tragedies, conspiracies, seriously evil plots and above all, the sad endings. I still prefer watching cartoons that suck my stress honestly.
    》it's quite hard nominating my favorite cartoon show, I like not all but many��

    #Cartoons have been the best form of art for me If I refuse to give a fabricated reply to today's prompt by @miraquill .

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    N A T S U K A S H I I

    For two decades and a half,
    Tree of my life has been up growing,
    shedding a leaf every year

    No matter the taller, the top is getting,
    It is yenning to meet the roots once more,
    to rejoice the beginning

    For up above here,
    The good not stays for good
    Where sadness sometimes wins the ending
    And happy ending seems, a myth of childhood

    Ours, was the world of cartoons
    Swords swirled, but no bloodshed
    Funny battles fought over piece of bread
    Prince and wench could happily wed

    Now with the change in world,
    Words in our dictionaries also changed
    Novels fulfilling the promised novelty
    Tragedies in demand, to get entertained

    No U turn in route of life
    But I am not despair
    If not mine, I can share theirs
    Kids who're sparkling with same glare