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Last Grains of the Hour Glass A One Act Play by Drew Gershman Scene I The curtain opens and we see what appears to be a hospital bedroom It has a bed dresser and TV but other than that it seems to be lifeless A man of age 70 or so rests in the bed waiting motionless hooked to numerous machines and IVs His name is Martin Gray He is a typical elderly gentleman He has a wife and a Daughter and 2 grandchildren As his lies there lost in thought a doctor walks in Martin can tell by the look on the doctors face that whatever it is hes about to say isnt the greatest news in the world Doctor Bishop How ya feelin Mr Gray We hear Martin speak for the first time His voice is weak and he seems to have to make a large effort to say anything at all Martin Been better Doctor Bishop Whats the deal Am I going to be OK Doctor Bishop Well Mr Gray thats what I came to discuss with you That episode that you had on Monday is causing more problems than we can fix Martin isnt quite sure what the deal is but he waits for the Doctor to continue trying not to think of the words the doctor could say that would scare him most of all Doctor Bishop Since youve been staying here at the hospital and havent been able to move around or allow your blood to circulate well you developed a blood clot Because of it we werent able to move you until it was taken care of and now it seems weve detected three more At this rate Im not sure well be able to take care of them before more develop Martin So youre saying theres nothing you can do at all Or is there some kind of treatment
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