Ashbee, 16, and John Polk, two hours away from 18, met earlier in the
Start: It really wouldn’t be so bad. Maybe I could go to Tokyo for an abortion. I’ve never been to the Orient. Anyway, I might just want to have my dear baby. I could move to Atlanta with Mama and Madeline. It’d be wonderful fun.
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End: I hope the skinny whore laughs in your face, which she probably will because you have an easy face to laugh in. Oh, what’s wrong with this world? I just wasn’t made for it is all. I’ve probably been put in the wrong world, I can see that now.
For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: Henley, Beth, Am I Blue, Dramatists Play Service, 1982.