Prince Charming? by D. M. Larson A monologue from the published play "The Ghosts of Detention" ISBN-13: 978-1499111309
"Where's My Prince Charming"
by D. M. Larson
Okay, people. I wished upon a star. I guess it
does make a difference who I are! Do I have to be some poor nobody
wannabe? Do I need some kind of kryptonite like a little pea? Did
my prince get turned into a frog and he's now hiding in some creepy bog
waiting for me to find him? I don't even know how to swim.
What's the use of dreaming anymore. No one is beating
down my door. I need to be some kind of damsel in distress to get some
attention I guess.
Where's my Prince Charming? Is there something about me
that's alarming? All I get is Prince Pampered who spends his whole life
hampered by being royally stuck up. Or there's Prince Never Grow Up who
is way too pretty in his curls. All these boys make me want to
hurl. Why can't I find a man sized prince who will sweep me off my feet
and take me to far away lands. He will hold me with his strong hands and
devote his life to me.
Is that what I want? Is that what I dream about?
If I don't get it, will I forever pout and cry because I didn't get my way?
I just want to feel special. I want to feel like they
care. I want them to bravely face any challenge for me.
Enter my heart if you dare.
Lock me in a tower. Make me your precious flower. I
want you to battle your way against dragons to win my love today. Quit
playing with your toys and prove your worth to me, boys.
I promise I will be the perfect princess for you to please. I
will be good to you and I won't be a tease... much. Who am I
kidding? I'm chasing a dream. They say I got everything in life but
it is nothing it seems.
Where is my happy ending?!
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