Locked in Arms

In Locked in Arms, Isadora releases her pent up feelings over all the stressful responsibilities she has been undertaking.

ISADORA:  Why are you doing this to me? Can’t you see I’m already a wreck? Do you want me to go out of my mind completely? I have to deal with him! Fold his clothes, make his bed, clean his vomit and for that he abuses me. Verbally, physically, but I won’t abandon him because I believe I can help him keep whatever good he has left inside. No matter how horrible he is, there is still something virgin in him. He is dying. He is scared. He is only going to do this once…no? He is a bastard. I hate him. I must hate him. But watching him helps me cope. Okay? It gives me my own understanding of this f’d up life we live. I can’t explain it to you. You are like a big puppy who NEVER listens to reason. You bounce around all day like everything’s okay! Like nothing matters! …I cannot take this…children! And now I am pregnant. ..Happy? Yeah? Oh, look at your face now. Reality hits. Will the giant puppy become a man? HUH?! All you do is lick, bark and wag your tail..you don’t love me…do you love me? Tell me the truth..do you love me now?

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Locked In Arms by Joseph ArnoneIn the one act eplay, Locked in Arms Isadora meets with her boyfriend Duff in the face of taking care of her dying ex-boyfriend and discovering that she’s pregnant.  1 Woman, 1 Man.  Drama.

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