Should Be Giraves

Should Be Giraves

Two women are in the break-room at work. They are good friends and their conversation begins light-heartedly. But soon jealousy, betrayal and disappointment explode.
Madison ranks higher at the workplace than her friend. She is dreamy to the point of self-indulgence. She is also ironic-half-sincere blends with dreamy in a new combination. She dresses casually. She respects the opinion of Pearl, who philosophizes about happiness but doesn’t create any. Pearl becomes vindictive, while Madison teeters on the brink of despair.

Written by John S McCloskey (USA)

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