Heavenly Creatures Monologue
|Heavenly Creatures by Frances Walsh & Peter Jackson|
|Age (range):||18 - 55|
Pauline: There are living among two dutiful daughters. Of a man who possesses two beautiful daughters, you cannot know nor yet try to guess, the sweet soothingness of their caress, the outstanding genius of this pair is understood by few, they are so rare... compared with these two, every man is a fool, the world is most honoured that they should deign to rule, and I worship the power of these lovely two, with that adoring love known to so few. 'Tis indeed a miracle, one must feel, that two such heavenly creatures are real, hatred burning bright in the brown eyes with enemies for fuel, icy scorn glitters in the gray eyes, contemptuous and cruel. Why are men such fools they will not realize, the wisdom that is hidden behind those strange eyes and these wonderful people are you and I.