Wind of Night

In Wind of Night, Marcus talks to his daughter about a vicious dream he had about being a warrior from a past life.

MARCUS:  Had this dream…was walking through some kind of field. When I got to the clearing I saw thousands of warriors across a river in the not so far off distance…all standing at attention in a line that looked like it went on for miles. I loved it. I couldn’t wait to get in there and fight. I looked behind me and I realized I was leading an army of warriors of my own. Again, thousands of them, swords, shields, armor, the whole nine. I spoke out in some language that was like a growl in the wind of night. Drew my sword and led the charge. Next thing I know I was in the middle of battle, charging into as many men as I could and not giving a damn. This went on for what felt like an eternity, but I wasn’t tired, I was full of energy that wouldn’t quit. I kept on. Swinging my sword at all these violent looking faces, until I reached their leader. Some chief on a horse…and he was mine. I ran for him and dove through the air and pierced my sword through his chest. It was over. I took over. And I didn’t give in to what stood in my way. It was mine and I took it. Believe that.

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Wind of Night MiniIn the one act eplay Wind of Night, Marcus and his daughter are spending yet another unhappy night in their sleeping bags within the woods.  Can they finally come up with a plan to improve their lives?  1 Woman, 1 Man.  Drama.

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