Her name is Marylin. She is feeling calm, fine, and relaxed. She is strumming and storming her guitar. She is really playing a heavy tune. It's a song about romance--a breakup. She got sick of him. She got bored. He cheated on her. She wouldn't be dressed like that if she was bored. Maybe she got bored waiting for him. She's been waiting since the September leaves started to fall. She looks sad. She looks deep in concentration. Should she be writing a letter to him to say, "What happened? Where are you?" And to say "I've been waiting too many weeks for you?" Yes, she should. Richard is the guy who didn't show up. Richard turned gay. Then he must be dating a man. He should feel sad about it. He should be ashamed. He may have found a new interest. She is going to finish her song and go to Richard. She will ask him what he is doing and is he going to break them up? She is going to say, "Let me have the whole kit-and-caboodle." They are not in North Carolina. She is going to find him playing cards. Richard says, "I'm sorry, but it's over." She will probably cry. She could be angry that he is not interested anymore. She will still write her song and have it sent out. If the song is made to be very good, she will be a little bit of what he is, and he will wonder about it. Richard is thinking of getting married again, or not. Thee is no man involved in this at all. She has a job where she has to dress in uniforms and play the guitar. Maybe the song was a dream. A bad one.