So this is actually the last post in the Valentine’s Day shipping series, but I didn’t want to post it on Valentine’s Day itself. As anyone who’s watched True Tears knows, it’s a bit of a downer. So I thought I’d save this for the day after the holiday. But now, gather, ye brothers and sisters of romance and shipping, for the Song of Noe, the ancient chronicle of true love found and cruelly lost.
Here begins the song of Noe.
Because time does not heal,
and ye knoweth that feel,
when true love loses to one without honor or moe.
It begins in the town of Toyama,
a vision of scenery porn
by P.A. Works born.
Its beauty the stage of the drama.
Shinichiro dreamed of story and art
While under the same roof cruel Hiromi ill-fated,
And at school Noe by the fans fairest rated,
would all in the trauma to come have their part.
Tempted by Ai, Shinichiro stood strong.
And through chickens and chance to Noe grew near,
the couple that all true romantics hold dear.
Life was good, for what could go wrong?
Through Jibeta and Raigomaru, Noe taught him to fly.
Their days after school spent together in bliss,
Aphrodite herself cheered on for them to kiss!
And even cruel Hiromi had found the right guy.
But Hiromi was not content with this happy life.
She plotted and pouted and schemed for more,
to have Shinichiro and with his mother settle the score.
And thus was paradise plunged into strife.
Hiromi played with the mind of Shinichiro.
And cast glances at Noe as cold as winter’s frost,
inspiring in her the despair that all was lost.
So that at that accursed jetty the fans cried out “NOOOOOO!”
This saga here has ended.
Shinichiro’s mind by Hiromi’s dark magicks so clouded
that the true love between he and Noe confounded,
and for us all the wounds never mended.
I still MAD after all these years.