DAFFODILS - I Will Never Let You Go - Rain

Author Daniel Guyton
Fayetteville, GA


Time: Contemporary                                

Situation: Rain’s fiancé Jeremy has told her a horrible story about his childhood, which involved the ancient stone marker they are standing in front of. She tries to comfort him as best as she can.

Subject Matter: Mother’s Love, Romantic Love, Protection, Grief, Death, Commitment, Giving Comfort, Natural Disaster

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Winner of the AUDITIONART.COM’s Best Female Monologue Award, 2013

Published in The Best Women’s Monologues Of 2015 by Smith & Kraus, 2015


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