A Powerful September 11th Monologue – This Rock by Jeff Goode

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I’ve been trying to think of what to write about September 11th.  (Took so long that it’s the 12th now.)  I think I’ll let this monologue speak for me.  It’s by Jeff Goode, and I saw it performed (by my mom, actually) as part of a collection of Goode’s monologues, called “Anger Box”.  It’s… I just re-read it, and the only word for it is the cliched “powerful”.

 

If you only read one thing today, read this monologue.

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2 Responses to “A Powerful September 11th Monologue – This Rock by Jeff Goode”

  1. deathbychiasmus Says:

    Crap, you weren’t kidding when you said it was powerful. I feel like it left a hole in my chest the size of a grapefruit.

  2. annoying Says:

    Interesting. And definitely powerful. I don’t know about the whole orchestration thing, but it could be.

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