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The not unusual story of a woman who loved more than she was loved, and who desired beyond the desire people had for her. With humor and rancor, a monologue about resentment as a form of self-love. The text humorously addresses the conflicting relationship between a woman and the marks of her past. It discusses not only about the repentance for a thoughtless tattoo, but of the emotional burden of love disappointments, of the time wasted on unrequited affections, and the impossibility of recovering the wasted time and love. Little Monologues for Women is a collection of theatrical texts intended for actresses and directors who want to show their work through short montages, but strikingly able to deal with themes such as jealousy, the desire for motherhood, the despise and the being despised and, love, with its contradictions, anguish and dazzles.