Faces on the Edge of Spring

In drama monologue, “Faces on the Edge of Spring,” Jeanne lets her boyfriend know that she is breaking up with him.

JEANNE: If it does, neither of us will be alive to see it. Today, is the last day you will see me, Franco.

You have run your course. I know you completely. There is nothing new, no discovery; everything is to be expected. I could imagine my life with you ten years from now, twenty, thirty…always the same, except slower-paced.

My mind has already begun to split. So, I’m leaving.

I want the unknown, yet the faithful. The adventure, yet the safety. Spontaneity, yet certainty. You are none of those things. You are too much of a coward to be a man I can look up to.

I am done being disappointed, let down…forgotten.

I want life! LIFE! You hear me? I haven’t died, like you’ve claimed! I BREATHE! And I will live…I will live without you.

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Faces on the Edge of Spring by Joseph ArnoneIn the one-act drama, “Faces on the Edge of Spring,” Jeanne and Franco may be having a breakup that has been looming over their relationship for quite some time.  1 Woman, 1 Man.  Drama.

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