Comments : Kuebiko 2020

  • 8 months ago

    by Keira Pickard

    Very moving, with an interesting story...Wonderful poem:)

  • 8 months ago

    by Ben Pickard

    I love story poems and this is so very moving and different. Your footnote made me look this character up and you weave it in wonderfully. The nostalgia of it literally drenched the whole piece in emotion. Nominated as i would genuinely love to see this grace the front page.

    I hope you are keeping well, Hellon.

  • 8 months ago

    by Mr. Darcy

    It's ironic that by bringing back this character, we are faced with the loss of his, Sally. But this does, unfortunately, ring true for so many as the current death toll soars. I know couples who have been together for 50/60 years or more, forced apart by illness. It's not always sudden and is often cruel. Dementia and disease are perhaps the cruelest? For Kuebiko, a moment of forgetfulness gave him a brief bittersweet moment.

    Nice to see you back:)

  • 8 months ago

    by cassie hughes

    A beautiful and moving poem which tells such a sad yet all too real story. Glad to see it has already been nominated.

  • 8 months ago

    by Everlasting

    I remember kuebiko. I fell in love with that character. I liked the introduction of this character the most. The first poem you posted. This is a good continuation specially that it includes what is happening now a days. It’s current to today’s living. Thanks for sharing.

  • 8 months ago

    by Baby Rainbow

    Omg - I just love this character so much!

    Thank you for keeping him alive! I feel like he is an immortal being that will be someone’s friend for always and will always have a purpose.

    I like how you aged him, and Sally, although very surreal to ever think a virus would wipe out so many people in our life time! I think it’s fitting though that he gets to tell a story of something so life changing and what will be historic.

    I truly hope one day to see him in a book or film or cartoon, complete with merchandise and soft toys with all his different outfits!

  • 8 months ago

    by Poet on the Piano

    This is so nostalgic and emotional.... how could one ever forget the loving poems that you crafted with this character? I just went back and re-read the series, and am having a hard time acknowledging the fact that it's been 8 years almost! I remember you saying you wrote this for your grandson, and I love how much Kuebiko grew in our hearts here on PnQ. You wrote him with tenderness and explored so many emotions too, like loneliness and not understanding change. Then, getting to see Sally again, realizing how she's grown, and coping with her loss. It's heartbreaking, and I simply can't imagine watching those around you, those that you love, leave the world while you remain. But Kuebiko brought a lot of joy and will continue to! Thanks for sharing him with us <3