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FEAR NO EVIL PROLOGUEFEAR NO EVIL-BEGINNING IMAGERY & MONOLOGUE
Pages of a family photo album spread across the bedroom floor. They depict a normal happy family, fauning over a newly born baby girl. They are proud and content, as the pictures span from birthday parties, to picnics. Then the images grow dark and tattered; the back of a balding woman, losing the fight against cancer. A family falling apart.
THE MATRON'S OFFICE
Matron: "Miss Carlisle? Are you listening?"
Mars: Stares intently into the pscychodelic fish tank.
Matron: "Your father has made an appeal to the court. He wishes to see you."
Matron: "Indeed. It would seem he was released prematurally on the basis of good behavior. It is his lawyer's recommendation that we return you to his custody."
Matron: "And I was wondering how that made you feel?"
Mars is being released from The Home. As her monologue progresses in this next scene, she is led through The Home by a nurse, where we see the conditions she has been living in
For The Love of StarbucksThe alarm goes off, this is my first cup I swear
A sip here and a sip there, helps me concentrate
From the machine comes my second source for a dollar twenty-five
By second period I'm looking for change, because that plastic bottle's empty now
At lunch I'm breaking tens and getting "Wows"
So what if it's a liter?
By fourth period I'm going crazy
Not a single drop is left and I don't know how I'll survive another hour
Driving home, another detour
I know this place, it's not far out
They make my favorite cappuccinos
Once home, I kick off my boots
Listen to the "pop" as the cap comes loose
Now I know what you're thinking
Yes I am confessing
I couldn't live without caffeine
The Bride That Wore Red"A tragic crime"
A day to mourn
Black was the deed
Red were the tracks they found her on
"Who could have done such a thing?!" they cried
"Why it was He," said I, for I know her well
"He?" they queried
"Yes. The soldier who went to war."
"The bravest of us all."
"The boy who broke her heart."
"The boy that never came home."
Sonnet for DadIf I were to sing a song for you
It would not be so sentimental
Nor a mournful melody in blue
But it would rock out in Heavy Metal
So you could bang your head and play it loud
All up and down our street
People would hear my tribute boasting proud
Rocking out to your beat
They'd all know how awesome you are
As the guitar solo screamed
And the chorus rhymed in part
They could see just how much you mean
'Cause that's the only way to show
You're just a rock-star layin' low
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