Soliloquy stories, books, poems, and more

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South African teenagers monologue for examination purposes - workshopped theatre - protest theatre Read More
Examination monologue for original theatre in South Africa, grade 11 16-17 year olds Read More
Another Examination Monologue from 16-17 year olds for their grade 11 examination Read More
Part of grade 11, 16-17 year old examination script regarding South African Protest Theatre Read More

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Piece written by grade 11 learners and edited by their teacher Read More

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Soon, a payment shall be made. Soon, a payment shall be received. Read More

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For anyone who has read or is familiar with Shakespeare's Hamlet, this is a soliloquy I thought up for the character of Horatio. The poor man is torn and worried about his friend. (I decided to give writing in Shakespearean a shot). Read More

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About a crazed man remonstrating towards what he believes to be an awful lemon tree. Read More

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It's a poem about how we feel when we are in love Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 19, 2012

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Image a realm, where everything is unknown, when you could be alone and looking for company. When out of a need you find yourself desiring for many. Surely, you can speak in riddles by yourself! Read More

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Trying out a Soliloquy have no idea if its good..But I hope I can continue to do better. Read More

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A soliloquy of the author on his uncertain dreams and fate. This poem reflects ones view on life as confusion is concern. Con fusion on the days that might distort ones perceptions on the least thing you’ve accomplished. Read More

Tags: poetry, soliloquy

Soliloquy for another is about just that- done in a fantasy way. Read More
This is a Shakespearian style soliloquy from Balthasar, Romeo’s manservant, a character I feel has been overlooked in many the critical analysis. It is also the name of my pet cockatiel. The iambic pentameter is out but I had a go. I felt this character needed a soliloquy, so I… Read More
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