Dave’s Literary Invention: A Play in 4 Acts & an Epilogue

I

The Establishment Scene:

“Dave! Long time no see! What you been up to?”

“Oh you, know just spending my days trying to bring down the president of the United States. You?”

 

II.

Rising Conflict #1:

“Spending your days doing what?”

“Bringing down the presidency. Did you vote for him?”

“Yes, but I regret it.”

“Great. What are doing today to bring down the President of the United States and his administration?”

“Nothing.”

“I guess we’ll see you when it’s over then. Can’t waste my time with you. Ciao.”

 

 

III.

Rising Conflict #2:

“Spending your days doing what?”

“Bringing down the presidency. Did you vote for him?”

“Of course. And I’m glad I did. ‘Make America Great Again!'”

“We’ll see you later . . . when it’s all over.”

“What?”

“I’m looking for allies at this point. Not converts. Ciao.”

 

IV.

Climax

“45’s gone! He’s outta here. Thank, God!”

“Well, of course he is. You libertards drove him out. Shameful.”

“You are entitled to your opinion. But we will never, ever let you get away with threatening The Republic again. Move out of the way!”

 

Epilogue

“We didn’t choose this moment. The moment chose us. I rose. I fought. I lost friends and family. I almost lost my country. I would do it again. Now that the crisis is over, it is a time for healing . . . but we will never, ever forget.”

 

The End

(But not the end . . . )