Love Is a Strong Word

In Love Is a Strong Word, Mischa sets her boyfriend Martin on an unexpected path based on her desire to experience new things in life.

MISCHA: Ah Marty, life goes by so fast, doesn’t it? One day we’re gonna wake up and look back, wondering if we enjoyed our youth. I don’t want to live my life right now within limits. Do you? Wait! Before you answer that…my feelings for you haven’t changed…if anything, I love you even more…but, I don’t want to neglect my opportunities while I have them. I want to experience, experience everything I can without restriction, without feelings that I have to, to constantly answer for…I need this, I need to get out of myself and live…if that means losing you forever, well, I have to take that chance. We don’t know what the likes of tomorrow is gonna bring and we may even end up being together, forever! But not like this, not until I’ve done what I needed to do for me…this is a risk we both have to take.

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Love Is a Strong Word by Joseph ArnoneIn the one act eplay Love Is a Strong Word Martin visits his girlfriend on campus and the new make a new agreement to their relationship based on Mischa’s need to experience new things in her life.  1 Woman, 1 Man.  Drama.

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