Bolton Gear tells a Joshua tree that he's met someone else.
AuthorName: Rick Robinson
Rating: Suitable for all ages
Copyright Status: Copyrighted
Oh, all right. I met someone today. A woman. And I have...View Full Monologue Text
Oh, all right. I met someone today. A woman. And I have to tell you, she gave just a little more back than you do sometimes. She talked about breathing and lungs and pony-back riding, and I have to tell you... I think I liked it. Wow. I feel better. I don't want you to worry though. I feel so much safer with you. I mean when we're together, I don't really feel any pressure to be a certain way. And you never say that I'm dull. I think I saw a TV program once where a woman said that she hated her husband, and that everything that came from him was foul. I don't want you to think I'm foul. You don't, do you? Good. You want to know what I want? You know what I see when I close my eyes? I see you and me and we're both dying together. We're both just stumps and we're providing shade. Together. And then we decompose. And we feed new flowers who'll grow up to be just like you and bloom. Way out here in the desert when no one's expecting it. Do you think you'd like that?
CharacterName: Bolton Gear
Age Range: 20s - Early, 20s - Late, 30s - Early, 30s - Late, 40s - Early
Dialects: Standard American