Love Does Not Count Deeds Essay

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Love doesn't count deeds Play in three acts Persons: Daniel Angelica Devil Angel Act One (Daniel and Angelica are in the garden under a flowering cherry tree, everywhere is silence and peace, the twittering of small birds, light breeze playing with her dark hair make the atmosphere so calm and comfortable) Daniel: (looks at Angelica and sees tears in her eyes) What's happening, my dear? Why are you watering? Who hurt you? I will… (Daniel touches his sword…) Angelica: (looks at Daniel and falls into his arms) Oh, my dear, you know about our love, you know that we live for each other, you know that our fates are joined together a we cannot exist without each other. Oh, my dear, my life without you is nothing. I would rather throw myself into (swoop) an abyss than to live without you, my dear.Daniel: (looks at her, wipes her tears and smiles at her) We will be always together and nobody can separate us.Angelica: My parents told me that the king came and wants me. But I don't want him, I cannot give him my love, I will kill me than to live with him. But you know our king he always gets what he wants to get. He doesn't mind hurting the others, you know his heart from stone. He likes my body and the only thing he wants… (she can't continue speaking and started crying) Daniel: (holds her securely in his arms) Don't worry, my dear, my love I want allow him to smear your beauty I will fight until the last drop of blood will pulse in my veins. I will even give my life to save before this barbarian king.Angelica: (stops crying and looks into Daniel's eyes) That's what I was afraid of. I know the king he will remove all obstacles which stands between him and me. He already forced my parents' agreement. He wanted to take their lives and who would take care of my small brothers and sisters? Oh, my sweet, I don't know what to do, I am afraid of you, that he will take your life. Please obey his will and don't risk your life.Daniel: I will rather give my life than to see you in the hands of the tyrant.(Daniel kisses Angelica on her forehead and leaves the scene Angelica: ( Angelica remains alone, tears comes down her face, she falls into her knees, turns her head to heaven) Oh, my God, you are Love And you understand human love You know that I can't live without My Daniel, but I don't want to see his dead body I don't want to knee at his grave.I know that You are almighty look at this injustice Come and overtake my pain that is in my heart, Please come and do a miracle… Why are you silent? Don't you hear my cry? Don't you see my pain? … I am sorry for being so selfish Please come with your will You are Love and Love cannot hurt anybody Love looks for the good of the others Maybe I don't understand and I feel bad But I believe and I trust You because You See behind the horizon and You know what I don't know. Please do not allow me to do something That will bring troubles into my life.(curtains down and Act One is over) Act Two...

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