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A dramatic monologue is a type of long lyric poem in which a character delivers a lengthy speech explaining his or her feelings, actions, or motives, but there is more to a dramatic monologue. What is dramatic monologue in poetry (complete definition)?

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if you have taken the time to browse through this eclectic collection of self-indulgent foolishness, I hope you’ve been entertained by the quirkiness of its content, or at the very least, annoyed by the pervasiveness...Read More
Categories: allegory, literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

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Whether you have come to possess this compendium of doggerel confessions by chance or by choice, should you decide to venture beyond this page, I politely suggest you consider the contents to be nothing more...Read More
Categories: allegory, literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
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Greetings to those who would willingly seek admission to theater of the absurd. Zoltan Goliath and Otis Trench are masters of the avant-garde genre silent musicals for the imaginary stage, an art form sui generis....Read More
Categories: allegory, literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
The pretext of my residency here seems to have exhausted itself. I now find myself in need of offering an explanation for the immediacy of my departure. No doubt certain obvious reasons will come unprompted...Read More
Categories: allegory, dark, solitude,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Whose divine name will be remembered part two
The Muslims believe that world wide chaos must happen before their Muslim Messiah must arrive on earth. Both Mohammad and Jesus must return with him to set up their Muslim caliphate world wide. During his...Read More
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

Who's divine name shall be remembered
The Taliban are broadcasting much more than a victory in Afghanistan. They are claiming that their god Allah is victorious over the God of America and Western Europe, Jesus Christ! For several decades both America...Read More
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
A Maze Zing
Life is a maze That keeps me in circles Around you go Looking for the end Some corners go nowhere While others take you home Where or when doesn’t make it Just keep on going. © Paul Warren Poetry ...Read More
Categories: life,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
EDGAR CAYCE True, true, my hands are soft– not overworked, nor lined by heavy labor-- nor calloused -- the soft hands of a gentleman, perhaps! But my manners are rough and countryfied, my speech slow and southern–...Read More
Categories: angst, death, faith, god,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Double dreams
In a ceremony of love I danced around with fairies like Alice in wonderland Singing praises to her heart like angel from above I kissed her voice And collected every single breath she exhaled I could see her flat stomach...Read More
Categories: chocolate, christian, cinderella, city,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Do dreams dream-up the Dreamer to mean something
Do dreams dream-up the Dreamer to mean something Do dreams go on dreaming without the Dreamer dreaming Hold not dreams in mid-stream even during Covid-19 Woken-up dreams scream wild as harpies in poetic shebeen Don’t dreams tend to come...Read More
Categories: nature, science, universe,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Black Magic
I am black magic, sprouting out of dark humus The Shaman was Mother Earth, I was birthed strong Black earthen pots on fire made from wet woods, smoking And a forest of leaves sprinkled into water from Osun’s...Read More
Categories: africa, black love, extended
Form: Dramatic Monologue
I can't do it anymore babe You had your chances and now theyare gone babe You got to know I wish you well babe Sure we tried! But not enough babe It got so bad you make me sad...Read More
Categories: confusion,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
"Nothing to Fear" "We never know when death will come, so I cast my worries aside. When I first heard the news, my heart went numb, and then the diagnosis I denied. Finally acceptance came...Read More
Categories: blessing, christian, death, faith,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Cheerio old chap! O’ mighty Prometheus Invited to this a tea party Alas this ole social gathering Frankenstein and his closest friends There on the table A vast variety of wolf cakes Games to partake of A tea cup treasure hunt Tea leaf Pictionary Sugar...Read More
Categories: abuse, adventure, analogy, betrayal,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
"Blue eyes look upon my brown skin they fathom they asked a question am I human Green eyes look upon my brown skin they ask the question am I human Gray eyes look upon my brown skin...Read More
Categories: adventure, caregiving, celebration, engagement,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

Specific Types of Dramatic Monologue Poems

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Definition | What is Dramatic Monologue in Poetry?

Poems Related to Dramatic Monologue

lyric, monologue, speech