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The My Monologue Collection

The My Monologue Collection are pieces that contain the word my inside of the title.  Comedy/Drama, topics on independence, solitude, foodie and God.

The My Monologue Collection

  • Shadows of My Mind – Naomi seeks much needed advice from her Aunt about her constant depression and anxiety.
  • Locked In My Box – a person trapped inside their life looking for a way out to survive.
  • Behind My Back – Sandra talks to her father about the growing mistrust she has for him throughout the years.
  • Bird In My Ass – a bird fly’s up and in to a private region of a man who reads his morning newspaper at the park.
  • Corner of My Eye – Kurt tells his friend how he found a creepy crawly burrowing a hole in his head.
  • If My Inner Thoughts Could Speak – a spoken word monologue about having faith in yourself despite the haters.
  • Remote Control of My Existence – Ira tries to figure a way out from his semi-conscious life.
  • My Piece of the Pie – J.T. confronts his nemesis on drug territory.
  • Being My Own Man – Will talks about discovering his manhood while growing up without a father.
  • Distance Myself – Sandra talks to her friend Gale about how they need to quit being friends.
  • The Tail of My Spine – a serial killer haunts and fools with his latest victim.
  • My Side of Things – Clara gives a short speech to her sister about how stubborn she can be.
  • My Struggle with Forgiveness – Abraham is conflicted with the act of forgiveness and moving on in his life with the people who have done wrong by him.
  • Two Sides To My Personality – Johannes talks about how he feels like their are two people living inside of him.
  • Care For My Child – Brenda is caught between a rock and a hard place with work.  She must choose between her job and her sick daughter.
  • My Green Lawn – Old man Frederick is fed up with finding dog poop on his beloved front lawn each and every morning.
  • For My Father – Adrianne claims that her hard work ethic and motivation has been derived from the love and relationship she has for her father.
  • Dark Side of My Moon – in this monologue the character has an ongoing battle of identity.
  • Breathing Down My Neck – Lowdy is not happy with the reports he’s been receiving on a case he wants cracked.
  • I Hate My Name – Mugsy goes on a rant about how much he hates his birth name.
  • Upon My Return – Sir Walter Walter the Third has a deep desire to go to Burger King during Medieval Times.
  • My Own Two Eyes – Julia finally gets her day of revenge in the corporate world.
  • Change My Story – Johnson has finally come to terms with himself and decides to stop blaming others for his misfortune.
  • Lick My Wounds – Crystal thinks it may be time to call it quits with her boyfriend.
  • He Read My Poems – Sally is distraught over the fact that her brother read her private poems in her journal.
  • My Youth – Herschel talks to his former music teacher’s gravestone and it’s all not too pleasant.
  • My Best Customer – Bez talks about the apparent joy he gets being a drug dealer.
  • Fantastic Day with My Precious Son – Mischa has been going through a tough time raising her son Robbie and this monologues reflects her woes.
  • My Kitchen – Linda talks to her boyfriend about her controlling mother and the constant conflict that ensues.
  • The Way My Eyes See It – Leather talks about life with his closest Uncle, even though they see one another once in a blue moon.
  • Out of My Hands – welcome to the criminal mind of BB who decides the fate of men who frequent his circle.
  • Where’s My Lasagna? – while eating a restaurant, Vito discusses the possibility of doing a hit.
  • My Own Private Validation of Things – Kelly talks about living life on your own terms.
  • Stop Wearing My Merch – Dwight calls out a person who always seems to imitate his swag.
  • Watch Wear You Tread My Friend – Roth confronts the opposition at a party.

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