Damn, this took me much longer than I though it would. I apologize for my poor English. I'm already working on a colored version, but if anyone wants to give it a try, please do!
"Look Mom! I'm growing up at the speed of light!" said the boy as the setting sun stretched out his shadow on the backyard wall.
I changed lovee_91's story a bit and illustrated it, because I love it very very much. (They look so stupid x'D)
I'm not quite sure I wrote it correctly. What I meant was "J'ai constamment l'impression d'être piégée entre deux miroirs, affrontant ce que je ne veux pas voir, tournant le dos à ce que j'essaye désespérément d'être, sachant que si je tourne les talons je serais seulement piégée à l'envers".
If anyone with a better English than mine wants to fix this (if it needs to be fixed) please do so, I'll change the drawing.
I also thought of modifying the two reflections, drawing an ugly version of the girl in the mirror on the left and something beautiful on the second one. Advices ?
The sky wanted very badly to scratch his clouds, but he was missing hands. So people built skyscrapers, and the sun never stopped shining anymore.
So I followed Gaby and lyn advices and came with a double illustration (I kinda prefer the white lines on black, but I can upload black lines on white) for "Where I stand" tiny story. My first mistake led me into drawing a false interpretation of the story, so instead of just using the right one, they told me we (I mean YOU) could think of some other stories : the following of "Where I stand" for this composition, or a brand new one for illustration 2 (the right one). =D
Actually I don't think this is in the "spirit" of wirrow's tiny story (maybe a sign or at least a much simplier design would be better) but that's what it inspired me.