This week’s Tuesday Scribes challenge is to write an ‘Internal Dialogue.’ Encyclopaedia Britannica defines internal monologue as: ‘….narrative technique that exhibits the thoughts passing through the minds of the protagonists. These ideas may be either loosely related impressions approaching free association or more rationally structured sequences of thought and emotion.’
Thanks to Mike Johnson for creating this challenge.
Everything is fine.
Just say hello when you pass and keep walking.
Chances are he won’t even notice you.
I bet he is thinking about that Suzie Harris from 5th hour.
I can’t believe he asked her out. She wears braces for gosh sake.
What if he says something? I would die if he talked to me.
He’s getting closer.
Why does he have to be so cute?
Crap. He saw me.
Is that a smile?
Nah, I bet he is laughing at my yellow raincoat. I can’t believe my mother made me wear this.
I’m in 8th grade for gosh sake.
He stopped! Why did he stop?
He’s looking right at me. He’s smiling. At me.
I think I am going to throw up.