Writing a Comic Book Poem – Hidden

Here we carry on Comic Book Poems Series 5 with another short Comic Book Poem. Hidden is a Comic Book Poem that looks to explain how a loving relationship can end. It does so through a fairly mundane comparison, comparing the love to a wardrobe. The Comic Book Poem then looks to flip this on its head by introducing zombies.  Give the text a read below, but please review the Hidden in its Comic Book Poem format above.

Hidden
Remember when our love was like a wardrobe
So many good things tucked snugly away.
But it got so old and out of fashion.
Skeletons took over , bringing the dust.
Cannibal zombies, not wearing any flesh.
But spine breaking scary never the less.

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