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By Adriano Bulla
A wedding, a celebration of polyamory and polygamy: four gr4ooms (or brides) walk down the aisle, each with their vows, each with a moment in their lives to remember: maybe, in another universe, how things could have worked in the novel The Road to London.
By Frankie Frost
This is what might be a monologue of a melancholy manikin.
By Lydia Jackson Reid
Kind of monologue of a woman who misused her life.
Short Story | Updated Oct 29, 2013 | Reads: 49 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Taco Dan
This is a monologue (I think), that I created about the subject of sentimentally valued objects and mourning.
"Close your eyes and think about life.What colour you think it's your soul?" Lia asked her,but she had no answer to give.
This is part of a larger project I'm working on, Titled "Self Professed Madman". More to come soon.
This is a part of a larger project I'm working on, Titled "Self Professed Madman". More to come soon.
By Rachy Reg
I wrote this monologue as part of my English coursework and honestly I love it...partly because it got me an A* but then again I love the work of Shakespeare. :)
BTW I'm quite proud of the last two paragraphs because they are in iambic pentameter.
A very emotional short monologue of a woman in the middle of a divorce reflecting on her mistakes, marriage and faithfulness in relationships.
By Michael Anaokar
My feelings for someone explained as a monologue...
By Mish Mash
This is a monologue I had to do for English.
I hope you like it!!!
Short Story | Updated Jun 7, 2013 | Reads: 40 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
I was originally going to submit this to the Reader's Digest 100 Word Story Competition, but submitted something else instead. I really like this one though.
By Glen Bevan
Brief monologue about the perception of reality and the deception of beauty, who decides how we see the world ?
A monologue. That's really it.
Poetry | Updated Apr 4, 2013 | Reads: 42 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
A father is describing how his son has changed after he has returned for the war.