Ralph Underhills Monologue

194 Words1 Page
I had just arrived home from the train station, drained and loaded with vitality at the same time. My thoughts zoomed around my head, creating a thunderstorm of emotions and thoughts. What will I say to my wife when I come through that door? That I just went out in the middle of the night to go kill Ralph Underhill? I roared with laughter at the thought of that, was I truly that insane and driven with vengeance? She’ll certainly think I am mad, and be out of our front door quicker than I had left Ralph at his doorstep, calling for me over and over again, his voice a puny mouse against my storm of feelings of outrage and self-pity of what he had done to me all those years ago. But I had long forgave him, because as I left him there, calling

    More about Ralph Underhills Monologue

      Open Document