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I had used the song, "Rolling Stone," as a theme because my sons mother I had feared would sing that song to my son, when referencing me. I never tried to be a rolling stone. I will never be able to tell him otherwise. So one day when he is old enough I hope he can hear things from side, or at least read or imagine how a man feels when he was made to live the life I lead.
It might be too hard to read cause of the settings. so here is a quick recap.
Scene one: school bus drives away, from a home with a red car in drive.
Scene two: Mother is in the kitchen washing dishes and son asks where is his daddy. Mother responds, at work dear. boy says, "no my real father?"
Scene three: Mother gasps and break dishes, dashes to her son and asks, "How do you know about your< "REAL FATHER?"
Scene four: boy picks up plate and smiles with the plate in his hand like a watermelon and says, "You did."
Scene five: Mother tells her son to sit down and she will tell him about his father, Boy puts his hat on the hook as his father used and his mother sings about his father, "Your papa was a rolling stone, where he laid his hat was his home."
Scene six: she explains how he could eat, he loved to eat and that his where the boy gets it from."
Scene seven: He had the loyalty of a wolf and he knew how to get all the rats to the cheese.

I had a lot of fun with this one.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

three stars for a good comic.. I like the realist approach


AdventVoice responds:

Yes reality can bring out the best stories; can't it?