A monologue written by Lee Sonogan
Notes: The following speech of an estimated 2 minutes can be portrayed in a number of ways
Untitled Character (V.O)
Small fishes in a big pond see the sharks smelling blood. Red flags have risen on pylons seeing who salutes what is above that is below. Countfiets wrapped like sugarcoats displaying all or nothing doublespeak… Let’s talk about who I am. An eye for an eye always cancels itself out. I only offer the sticks and stones collected yet a mentality of knowing nothing of value that is mine indestructible. Projections of insecurity cannot steal from what is already powerless. As my body shall take any blow, the rock as my mind shallows worldly human pain whole. Dare tyrannical bruises at thee and get others to ask ‘How does the other guy look?‘.
Quarrels aye! Let me change dialect to mimic your hurt. When you die heaven or hell shall regret their choices in pure annoyance. Holding your heart in my hand will still be my weapon against you. I shall not swing the mighty arm of fate weighing down your soul. A belly full of dilution I stab to attempt to drain the swamp. This language sweeping your face is green as the folklore ogre. Foul rotten onions reek and I take the remaining good you might possibly have. Too big for your britches I enlighten you to the mirror of what is unnecessary.
Waste my time no longer as even if my mere words hit a nerve, force and fraud here is a cardinal sin… Why do you want people to be what they hate? These days it rare to find that valiant compromise….