Category Archives: Monologue

Triskelion

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My Friend Hope

I met my friend Hope when I was 3 years old. We grew up together. He was a constant and loyal companion. I saw much less of him by the time I was a teenager. Sometimes a year or two … Continue reading

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What Are You Thinking

What are you thinking? Are you afraid? I don’t know what to think, and yes I am troubled. What is the main thing that worries you? My problems are ambiguous, therefore I do have a definite plan of attack. What … Continue reading

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I Wish I Could See You

I wish I could see you. I do not even remember what you look like. My vague memories are somehow sufficient to sustain my longings. I feel like I have waited in pain in vain. I lost track of how … Continue reading

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Ubiquitous

Ubiquitous I saw her at the gathering’s onset, but I did not know who she was. When I met her personally, I failed to make the connection until a few days after. My attention was drawn to a measurable extent … Continue reading

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Sermonete

Today I will be speaking on the subject of “Daring to be Different”. This may be harder for some more than others. I realize that not all of us can or will accept this dare in its entirety. What I … Continue reading

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Brain Hurricane

My brain storm has developed into a brain hurricane. I enter this mode on a daily, and especially on a nightly basis. The process has yielded little of the desired effect, yet I persist deeper. I encounter the fences at … Continue reading

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