Homophones comic #6

This is a personal favourite of mine, it just cracks me up. I know, I have a terrible sense of humour… Join me, won’t you?! Scroll to the second frame to guess the homophone, and then again for the solution (a tiny bit of a twist this time but it still shouldn’t be too hard).

Homophones comic #5

My 5th comic based on the concept of homophones (words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings). Scroll down (slowly) to guess and/or follow me on IG @sarahcominghome. Comments and suggestions welcome!  

Homophones comic #4

How it works: this comic is a play on the fact that a homophone sounds the same but has two different spellings and meanings. Scroll down to the second image and say what you see out loud to guess the homophone or scroll down again to see the solution (alternatively follow @sarahcominghome on IG to…

Homophones comic #3

This one may be a little trickier to guess the double meaning of, all I can say is focus on the phrasing in the first panel. To play the guessing game follow @sarahcominghome on IG or just scroll down slowly. 😉  

Homophones #2: A wordplay comic

More bad puns and worse drawings, and a tribute to a childhood hero. To play the guessing game, follow @sarahcominghome on Instagram (or just scroll down slowly…;-).  

Homophones: a wordplay comic #1

Ta-da! Here is my brand new and badly drawn comic based on the concept of homophones. Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings (it should all become apparent pretty quickly if you read the comic). I have endeavoured to make a bit of a guessing game out of it,…

Why I’m proud to be a failure

I have one of those some lines a day journal that lets you write a few lines every day for 5 years, and I’m currently on year 4. The writing space is very limited, and I admit that at least 50% of it is filled with mundane details like what I ate or how I…

Poem: I go to the sea

Where do you go, when you lose someone, You ask I go to the sea I whisper her name into the waves, and let the sea carry my love, the memories of things that never had a chance to happen, and the way she crinkled her eyes when she laughed, to distant shores so she…

Poem: A little bit more

A little bit more of you is like toast with butter and honey, A little bit more of you is like dappled sunlight through spring-green leaves, A little bit more of you is like the tang of salt and seaweed on the sea breeze, A little bit more of you is like freshly roasted coffee…

Poem: Hardcore self-love

I stand in front of the full length mirror, naked. I breathe in, deeply – the breath I’ve not allowed myself all day. I caress the swell of my belly, the rough cellulite on my butt and thighs, my hairy arms and legs. I trace each scar – seen and unseen, each memory. And I…