Writing a Comic Book Poem – Last Night

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From a writing perspective, Last a Night focuses on an unnamed character and his torment. This character is finding it hard to deal with the loss of a sibling. Ten years have past and the character finds his senile mother mistaking himself for his deceased brother.
The text is short and succinct and looks to convey this story in only 6 lines. Please view the text below, but as with all the Comic Book Poems, they are best read with the visuals.

Last Night
Last Night I saw you
But it might gave been the mirror.
You were ten years older
And a lonely decade has passed since you were put in the ground.
Our eyes too similar for our old mother to tell the difference anymore.
So was it you? Or the mirror.

 

 

 

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About Comic Book Poems

I am a writer and artist who likes to work with poetry, illustration, film and animation.
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