A: I'm just gonna take one day to be upset about it
B: I think you're allowed
A: And then we'll carry on as normal. I might be able to carry on as normal tonight but allow me 'til tomorrow
B: I think that's fair
B: Not that I think you should be fine by tomorrow. There's no pressure to be
A: No, I know, I just don't like to wallow
B: If you can move on, do, it's just I don't want you to think you need to for my sake.
A: Good to know
A: By tomorrow I'll be right as rain but let me cry for tonight at least
B: at least
A: you might want to leave the house, it might get a bit hard hitting
B: of course
A: If you don't mind
B: not at all
A: But we'll be grand tomorrow. Once it's out of my system
B: yeah, sometimes you just need to let these things out
B: don't let me stop you
A: I won't
A: sorry, I know this is hard for you too
B: don't worry about me
A: I'll worry about you tomorrow if that's okay?
A: I'd quite like to crumble today, if it's all the same to you
B: go right ahead
B: can you let me know when..
A: Oh yes, certainly
B: Not to be a nuisance, just so that I know
A: Oh yes
B: But tomorrow you think?
A: I should think so yes.
B: I'll leave you to it then
A: 'til tomorrow
B: 'til tomorrow
B: You might need longer
A: I shouldn't think so, no
B: well let me know if you do
A: No, I think having a time limit is helpful, otherwise you might just never really stop
B: then one day you wake up and you don't remember why you're so upset
A: No, I think I'd still remember
B: I'll be out of your hair then
A: that would be grand, yeah
B: alrighty then
A: talk to me again tomorrow
B: yes, tomorrow, splendid.
Hi, this is a little experiment in writing, where I will write one short play (most of which will be awful) a day for the month of February. They're not polished, there are no rules, I just write them and post them. But I have to post one a day.