Bahá’u’lláh – 2/9/14

Some additions to Frail/Ingilin – the play about Hunger written by the Tenderloin Opera company… We wanted a little more space at the end… Goes this way, now –

 

NARRATOR

Talking about what will be made tonight. New minds, made tonight.

 

INGILIN

Her kids grow up and become activists.

 

NARRATOR + INGILIN + FRAIL

Untreated mental illness, schizophrenic, uncaring family gave up, services cut, small government, society, “bootstraps”

Lack of funds

 

INGILIN

Things could be otherwise

Live

We get as far as what we give

The point is to be completely empty at the end, like a juiced lemon

Speak your mind

Give back what’s been given

Believe in a spiritual way

Never forget where you’ve been

Feed the hungry

Know your politicians

“Our goal is unifying all the people of this world”

Bahá’u’lláh – change the world’s order

Cold less, less-less, one less layer

Rearrange the states of matter

 

NARRATOR + INGILIN + FRAIL

Blinding light reflecting off the snow

Green ice melting white

Nerve to nerve, we shine

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