During this conversation, he is clearly looking at other men desiringly. She used to walk all over the world and now her world is small and dirty.
Beau Willie comes to the house despite the court order and while he is there he becomes apologetic saying he just wants to marry her and give her things.
The choreopoem is performed by a cast of seven nameless women only identified by the colors they are assigned. They are the lady in red, lady in orange, lady in yellow, lady in green, lady in blue, lady in brown, and lady in purple.
Nyla's mind completely goes blank during the abortion as Rose tells her of a story about her life in Harlem "I Used to Live in the World". The lady in red states that society only believes someone is a rapist if they are a perverted stranger.
Jo Bradmore represents red, Tangie Adrose represents orange, Yasmine represents yellow, Juanita Sims represents green, Kelly Watkins represents blue, Nyla Adrose represents purple, Crystal Wallace represents brown, and Rose represents pink.
She starts by describing them as three friends who shared every aspect of their lives. As Nyla prays, Alice attempts to exorcise her with ashes and hot oil, hurting Nyla. Crystal is still wondering how Beau Willie could do such a thing, but Gilda tells her that she also needs to take responsibility for not leaving Beau Willie sooner, and tells her that she needs to get out of the apartment.
She gave her dance, but her dance was not enough. They remember a time when they all were attracted to the same man, but he only could choose one of them. However, Yasmine is too traumatized from her rape to answer the door, so Nyla leaves. Juanita is at the hospital giving advice on safe sex to women when Frank comes along to ask for forgiveness, but Juanita refuses to give in to his advances.
The women cry and comfort each other like sisters. Subjects from rapeabandonment, abortionand domestic violence are tackled. Two weeks later, the doctor calls the lady in yellow with her patient number 7QYG9 to inform her that she is HIV positive. She ends her monologue by calling it her poem "thank-you for music," to which she states: Crystal comments that she does not feel awake and thinks that this is what death must feel like.
Alice goes out to raise money, and encounters Yasmine, who gives her a little money. The film opens with the nine main characters reciting a poem of their inner thoughts "Dark Phrases". She tries to calm their fears by telling them a story about how she met her first husband "Toussaint".
She then leaves to let Nyla and Tangie enjoy their night together. Tangie kicks her suitor out after he asks her to invite Nyla for a threesome.
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Title. For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf is a piece of work inspired by events of Shange's own life.
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