Kensly Owens Scarltet Ibis
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"The Scarlet Ibis"
Twist Project by Kensly Owens
In this box, the tone is dark, apologetic and despairing because he realizes that because of him his brother is dead. The knowledge that Doodle's and my plans had come to naught was bitter, and that streak of cruelty within me awakened.
Doodle felt very empathetic when the Scarlet Ibis had died. We get an idea of this because after he buries the bird he walks in sluggishly and when he was asked if he buried the bird it says "Doodle didn't speak but just nodded his head."
In this scene, the brother takes Doodle to show him his favorite spot to relax. When taken there Doodle begins to cry not because he's upset but because he likes it. When asked what was wrong he answered: "It's so pretty, so pretty pretty pretty." Doodle really thought the scene was beautiful
The style is a narrative and in this box I have the brother thinking about Doodle in the past and it makes him very sad.
The theme of this story is that you should always treat the things you love carefully because you won't realize how much you love it until its gone.
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