An absurdist play. Roger and Pith are supposed to go out but they can’t because someone is outside the door. Eventually the someone leaves and Pith says they should go out now. Roger says if they do and make one wrong step it will only lead them to a somewhere worse. They do go out. Do they make that wrong step? Well, the play is entitled Dung you know.
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This is one of the plays I have published. In total I self-published ten books. The other plays are “Just One Of Those Days (A Play)”, “Suicide Fanatics and The Amnesiac (Two Plays)”, and “Dog Years Within the Curse of 7. Two Plays, Or Technically Would That Be 14 Plays?”. Two are novels, “Dawn” and the sarcastically titled “What A Wonderful World”. One is a novella “Xavier Cockroachal Damon’s, Um, Entirely Fictitious Autobiography By Xavier Cockroachal Damon and, Um, In Many Ways the Character Is Not At All Like Me I Guess That Is Somewhat Ironic”. The other three are compilations of shorter works, “Love is What Will Make an Immortal Die, Climb From Hell, Motel Hell. 3 Stories”, “Cockroachalisms, Life Lessons Learned On My Journey Through Life, and Gus Versus the Evil Gods, and U Is All a Bunch of A-holes, and Love an Ode to Valentine’s Day, and Hope (5 Short Pieces)”, and the second installment of the fictitious autobiography “Autobiography Second Verse, For He Whom Life Forever Curse, and I Will Create Stars in an Empty Sky, Third of the Absurd, and the Mysteries That Follow, Entries Up to Six, Hanging From Your Crucifix”. I realize you are always instructed with these author bio things to say more about yourself than just your published works but I feel the titles of them should give a decent impression of who I am. A Christian proselytizing State Senator in the Fortune 500 who settles down gently each night after a cup of aromatic tea, content for life’s wonderful ride, grateful that it all makes sense.