Noah Monologues

The Notebook (Noah)

NOAH: Allie, they”re not crazy. They”re right. And you shouldn”t talk to them like that. I don”t have a mother, but if I did, I would never speak to her the way you did. It”s not going to work out, Allie. You and me. You”re seventeen years old. You”ve got a million things to do. You”ve got school and a big future ahead of you. I”d just be getting in the way. We”re different, Allie. All my dreams are here. What am I supposed to do, follow you to New York? Sneak around, spent time with you on weekends? Hope no one sees us and tells your parents? I know we love each other, but your parents are right. It”s not enough. Let”s just finish the summer and say goodbye.More Monologues from “The Notebook”

The Notebook (Noah)

NOAH: That”s right. We do that sometimes, remember? We don”t cut each other any slack. If I”m being a jerk or an arrogant sonofabitch, you tell me. If you”re a pain in the a -, which you are ninety-nine percent of the time, I”ve got no problem telling you, or hurting your feelings, which have about a two second rebound rate before you”re off doing the next pain in the a – thing. So, it”s not going to be perfect. We”ll have to work at it every day. But I want you. Not for today, or next week, but forever. Every day, you and me. Think about your life twenty years or fifty years from now. Where do you want to be? If it”s with that guy, go. I lost you once. I suppose I can do it again. Just don”t take the easy way out. Answer one question for me. Forget about me and your fiancĂ© and your parents for a minute. Forget about what you should do. What about you? What do you want?More Monologues from “The Notebook”

The Notebook (Noah)

NOAH: Am I okay? Seven years ago you walked out of my life without so much as a goodbye, and I never heard from you again. You want to know how I”m doing? I fought in the war. Fin”s dead. That”s how I”m doing. My dad sold his house and we sunk every penny both of us ever had into buying this place and fixing it up, and we did. We built this place with our bare hands. Me, hoping in some crazy way that it would bring you back, but it didn”t. And, now Dad”s dead, too. That”s how I”m doing. And still, even now, after all this time, when I hear a car pull up the driveway, or somebody says my name, or a letter comes, or the phone rings, I get excited, because I think maybe, just maybe, it might be you. But it never is. And now here you are. This ghost, standing in front of me, asking me if I”m okay. Yeah, Allie. I”m just fine. Thanks for stopping by.More Monologues from “The Notebook”

The Notebook (Noah)

NOAH: That”s right. We do that sometimes, remember? We don”t cut each other any slack. If I”m being a jerk or an arrogant sonofabitch, you tell me. If you”re a pain in the a -, which you are ninety-nine percent of the time, I”ve got no problem telling you, or hurting your feelings, which have about a two second rebound rate before you”re off doing the next pain in the a – thing. So, it”s not going to be perfect. We”ll have to work at it every day. But I want you. Not for today, or next week, but forever. Every day, you and me. Think about your life twenty years or fifty years from now. Where do you want to be? If it”s with that guy, go. I lost you once. I suppose I can do it again. Just don”t take the easy way out. Answer one question for me. Forget about me and your fiancĂ© and your parents for a minute. Forget about what you should do. What about you? What do you want?More Monologues from “The Notebook”