Chunk.

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Overheard conversations and foreshadowing…

 

Chunk.

The audience is prompted in gooey noises of sentiment as she talks about her incessant will to love him. A studio light sparks and a less rehearsed reaction sounds across the space. It flickers amidst raining fire as the crew run to its aid and plummet the room into darkness.

Mere moments pass and the set is saturated with white light. As the pupils of the audience constrict, her face is poured with unforgiving illumination. Her eyelids are painted with thick turquoise, the powder spreads unevenly from her eyelashes to her brows. Through bulbous lips she chatters of a lifelong search. Painted in a clashing shade of scarlet, they sit shiny and gloopy atop of three chins, they jabber of finally finding the one. The audience coos. We are expected to ingest this, the greatest of loves. Her nails are gnawed with remnants of red. She could have washed her hair on account of the TV appearance.

The other woman struts onto stage ready for a face-off. Like hyenas they scrap for his infatuation. They reveal adulterous moments, back-alley liaisons, untold truths. Their painted faces start to fall as they wrestle to be his only.

Behind a marbled screen his gormless mug is indulged in the moment. His mouth sits open in horror but his eyes are fed by the deed. He feeds on a gluttonous diet of their misery.

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  1. Great post! You described those particular kind of shows accurately! LOL

  2. Lovely amount of power in this post. It’s fascinating to see such a conversation based post not actually include a conversation in it! Really effective!

    1. Thank you! You’re the first person to have noted that! I’m rather averse to writing traditional dialogue a lot of the time, I don’t know why, perhaps because I like to read my work out loud and it just doesn’t sound as effective with my pathetic attempts at my character’s voices…

  3. Lovely amount of power in this post. It’s fascinating to see such a conversation based post not actually include a conversation in it! Really effective!

    1. Thank you! You’re the first person to have noted that! I’m rather averse to writing traditional dialogue a lot of the time, I don’t know why, perhaps because I like to read my work out loud and it just doesn’t sound as effective with my pathetic attempts at my character’s voices…

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