One Minute Monologue – Mine Now

I’ve been reading a book of one minute monologues, and it inspired me to try my own hand at writing them. Here is my first try, inspired in part by watching the Netflix series “YOU”.

“Mine Now”

We met at an estate sale. You were selling off the remnants of your grandmother’s 80-something years, and I was looking for some cheap antiques. I bent over to sort through a box of old vinyl records, trying to ignore the smell of cat piss and mustiness that permeated the air.

That’s when I spotted you on the stairs – long black hair pulled back into a pony tail, muscular, tanned arms lugging another box of old junk to the sale room.

Our eyes met as you neared the bottom step. You smiled in recognition, though we had never met before. I decided right then that you were mine now, regardless of whether you wanted to be or not. I hoped you would put up a good fight. It always makes the game feel exciting and new…and the eventual conquest more satisfying.

8 thoughts on “One Minute Monologue – Mine Now

  1. Expressive, certainly. Greedy, excessively. Humane, not at all. You don’t even know if he is available, if there are people who are going to get hurt by your aggressiveness.
    Especially including yourself.

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      1. Ah, then I’m glad I did make the comment. Part of me did not want to, I don’t know you at all. I was fearful I might offend you. But it was so right there. And you did a good job of putting it there. Congrats.

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