I Miss You So Much by Nhozagri (Mini Kus! #107)

I Miss You So Much contends with the titular longing between two separates entities. Despite our best efforts, it showcases how difficult it can be to simply be within proximity of a loved one with so many barriers and obstacles that society can impose upon us. Through the use of ink washes and/or watercolors, actions like kissing raindrops or "the sound of wet" highlight inanimate objects infused with human-like sensory experiences. It's hard not to be moved by Nhozagri's apparent belief in the hopeful or optimistic; after an arduous journey that crescendos to a denouement of the characters embracing and claiming "i found you finally," we learn that, occasionally, there are indeed stories of happily ever after.


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