My twin in comics

I still recall — when I was told how much
I am like Tintin;
it’s not so much my youthful looks
(though I prefer my hair unkempt like him)
but in the way I talk to groups, and
maybe, maybe in a way
I was the least eccentric in the madhouse…
which is compliment of sorts.

My doppelganger can be found in comics, and I don’t even have a white dog. For Susie at toads.

August 3, 2018.

9 responses to “My twin in comics

  1. Memories of the doppelganger knowledge start. “when I was told how much I am like…” That’s how I found mine also, an attorney who makes the TV News and not a comic strip character. I am not familiar in any way of your Tintin. He’s never been in our local papers.
    I asked Mrs. Jim if I resembled a comic strip character, she said Hagar the Horrible. For sure she said, the way I take hints. Are you familiar with him? He is a Norseman of old, he raids castles with his ragedy crew. He eats a lot and drinks a lot but he doesn’t do a lot around home except eat genorusly of his wife’s, Helga’s, cooking. That is also her favorite comic. Being from the Baltic area, you may know of him.
    ..

  2. Dear Tintin, I am dull compared to my two younger sisters! (the oldest needing to be a bit more serious and responsible I suppose?) Love your comic approach to the challenge.

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