The Grinch at Holiday Springs: (Scene 1)
A skillful man with a bitter demeanor for happiness descended into a forest, with only the memory of his recent indulgents; alcoholic drinks, a meal, and hot chocolate. The elements of nature encompass him. H. Master Ice’s metaphors allude to the character’s purposed inebriation. The natives were accustomed to the forest that the unfortunate stranger was discovering. Rodents and the sort seemed to heighten alertness as the character realized he’s in a forest where animals only instinct is to survive. On a crushed ankle, from his descent, he navigates out of the woods. Even through a distraught situation, H. Master Ice conveys an encouraging ode, as his character navigates way out of the forage.
The Grinch at Holiday Springs: (Scene 2)
The bitter fouler escapes the forest, yet is held constant to his foul intention. Doing anything to bring dismay to any civilized inhabitant, he overlooks a comely neighborhood. He lights fire to a wick, ending at the doorstep of his unfortunate homely prey. Snow criscended his face while his feet heated the snow and melted cold-iced water that seeped through the soles of his shoes. Knowingly cold, he watched a van depart from the home. A light wick in motion, blazed a trail of unknown devistation to a happy home. His adventure had only begun..
beat by Mr. Kooman. Written and performed by H. Master Ice