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Rhymer’s Block

Got a jump start on tomorrow’s prompt and got it done tonight too – Rhymer’s Block¬†is a typical argument between a married couple, except the whole thing rhymes. It was one of the prompts I set for myself before #31plays31days kicked off and decided to tackle it today since I find rhyme fairly easy and Sandwich finished so quickly.

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Before the 31 Plays in 31 Days Challenge began, I created a list of prompts for myself. One of them was to pit mysticism against technology in a ten-page throw-down. I started writing this one with that intention until I consulted a deck of tarot cards for the characters’ spread. It painted a picture all too familiar these past few weeks, of a man who had potentially a lot going for him but who had decided instead on a blaze of horrific glory.

Read questions our responsibility to stop evil when it presents itself: a tarot reader is expecting a client who turns out to already know what his future has in store. This play presses against our morality and our commitment to what we think is right to do given terrible circumstances. This is a warning РRead is an adult piece of work Рread at your own discretion.