Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Purple Scars

Purple Scars -- A Very Short One-Act Play
by Latigo Flint


Boy:
Sometimes when it's cold my scars turn purple.

Girl:
But it's not that cold and that's not a scar!


The End

8 Comments:

At 12:03 AM, Blogger Wulfenjarl said...

Oooo, Latigo. You should get that looked at.

I don't think that's supposed to be purple.

 
At 5:43 AM, Blogger Peter said...

It was a one eyed flying purple people eater.

 
At 11:03 AM, Blogger Trevor Record said...

I am not lying when I say that I have seen and read plays that are much worse than this one.

 
At 11:48 AM, Blogger Lightning Bug's Butt said...

I can see Sir Anthony Hopkins playing that part.

 
At 2:55 PM, Blogger Francis Marion Tarwater said...

Masterful! Moving! Truly a triumph of minimalism.

 
At 4:49 PM, Blogger Amandarama said...

I suppose purple is more romantic than saying it looked like earthworm roadkill. Which is what my appendectomy scar looks like. I feel comfortable enough with you to tell you that.

 
At 11:25 PM, Blogger Latigo Flint said...

You offering your inspection services Wulf?

Well, really more throbbing than flying Peter, but close enough I say.

By which I can infer you've also read better plays Trevor? Very well, back to the drawing board.

Interesting LBB, I guess I can see that. But for me it's always been Ron Perlman or no one at all.

Thank you very much Solace Layfield.
Economy of thought I always say. Or, sometimes say anyway. Okay, I've been known to say it once or twice. Fine, maybe this is the first time I've ever said it, but I've thought it to myself plenty of times.

Amandarama, girls who are comfortable enough with me to share information like that really turn me on. Then I grunt hysterically and try to lick their necks. And then they aren't comfortable with me anymore.
(I lead somewhat of an incredibly lonely existence.)

 
At 2:41 PM, Blogger Ari said...

Darn. I was hoping to be able to dramatize this with my class, if not for the creeping symbology within.

 

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