"Why have doubts, dear Monarch."
He hated being wrong. It nauseated him. It did belittle him and made him seem as though he was the dumbest of all beings. He knew that was not true. He was trying to be sane. The voice yet was familiar but the man who had stepped off the carriage was different. He looked Irish. He couldn't be sure. He had known few gladiators from Ireland. He knew what they could do and what they were up to. He was trying to test his stance. He knew that he wasn't wrong. His mercy wouldn't him. He couldn't afford to nurse stray thoughts. He let his rage subside. If he didn't, hardly would he be able to prune lofty thoughts. He would only be given to his rage and that would never help him. He would steer clear of that. Yet he was skeptical. His salient sixth sense kept rehearsing the odds of tossing his hampered haste aside. Probably he was simply obsessed with wanting to kill
"Not too bad for a monarch." He knew he was getting more patient than he used to be. He had no idea what was happening to him. His thoughts should be raging. His instinct should be quaking. His rage should be rent and his ire be supplanted. He had no idea why he was being as cool. That was more than a little bit faker skin of himself. That was more of a mountain of odd parts wearing out his patience. He knew that there were quite the numbers of things he would not take. He was just being patient. Not because he was sane. He was scheming his plot. That was the thing he was skilled at. And he had gotten on it. The lady who was speaking seemed all saucy. Exactly like the Nymph. He didn't care how powerful or influential they were or could be. Didn't matter to him. He didn't care. What mattered to him had been extended. He was having his rage tamed for the meantime. He wouldn't continue being ruth
"Meatheads, arise and die for your doom has been supplanted." The ball stopped rolling. He couldn't tell precisely what had just happened. He knew that he had not making a sane thought and he would be vexed. He knew he had to make an apt conclusion or arrive at a sane disposition else he would be forced to do other things that would hurt everyone. He was taming his rage and was glad that he was doing accurately. He was thumbing himself up for the resistance he was savoring. He knew that he wouldn't keep to that like forever. He tried to process the thoughts which had been strangled by the recently stopped malady. Most of the thoughts already had been chopped. He couldn't make a sane meaning of them all. He couldn't pick them up and make them into a tower. Probably a statue or a tower. There was nothing he could do. Probably there was something, but twas far from his reach. That was sup
. "Got an idea how we go here mate?" He had obviously waited for that day. He had seriously pined for it that his muscles wrenched in porous pain. His passion even did quake in rage until then. But he hadn't thought of it under that circumstance. He had thought of it in a better place. But he could actually live on one at the expense of the other. He could keep his thought brooding as a specimen. He could live there at that moment for the time being with his leopard. He had missed it. And the two of them having to face the same odds was the best experience he had ever wished for. He was scanning his instinct whether or not there was anything stray there which could be harmful to either himself or the panther. That was the only creature he did care for. Aside that, he didn't care for any other. He didn't even know what care was. He didn't care what care was. His instinct was widening as he tri
"Who was that?" He had been kicked from reality into gnawing gloom after that voice he couldn't discern. And again the voice woke him up. Tossed him back into reality. He had no idea what was happening to him. He had no idea what pain he was going to make of his patience. He was trying to be sane enough to decode the stance but he wasn't sure how well he would be able to do that. He hadn't been that responsible and being responsible was never and would never be part of his agenda or plan. He had never given a fuck what people would think or did think. He hated to nurse the throbbing thought of he being a human. He knew he was some missing link between some odd entities, but he couldn't be sure what they were. He didn't know who they were and if he did figure out, he was so sure that he would not pardon them. He was damn sure that he would make them smell the loo of their shenanigans. He knew w
"Tell me what's wrong. Tell me I'm not insane." He looked at the panther. He was glad that it could speak but he was yet confused. He was concealing his happiness. He didn't want to give it out so easily. He didn't want to put it out. He was being conscious of side attractions. He wanted his heart to register his state of mind. He didn't know how to achieve that. He was trying to figure out to no avail. He was kinda weary of trying but he was left with no choice. He was fiddling with his motive. He was fiddling with his instinct. Of course he owned himself and could do whatever he wanted with himelf. That was at least what he had exactly made himself believe. Twasnt a mill around his neck. He was sieving his options and taking chances. He was putting up with the odds and trailing the stance. He was making sure that he was bossing over the feeling. He didn't know for how long he would be able to filter the thoughts. He wasn't sure how long he would have to keep the ball rolling.
"See who's chained." He knew that voice. Of course he did. What was she doing there? Wasn't she supposed to be in confinement until the morning. Or was she up for some other pranks. Was she up to some other odds? He knew that he wouldn't be ready to take the shits she would toss. He would do all he could to smack her, to bruise her and make her feel the pain coursing through his vying veins. He was hoping that things would turn out as expected. He was hoping that he would have a grasp on her as wring of her neck. He knew what he wanted and would go exactly for it. He would go quickly for it. He would edify a stance and support it. He was already on that stance. He just needed her to show her odd shape. He just needed her to show herself to him. He would be super mad at her. He would be raged and he did know that nothing would hold him back. He would place a tag of rage on them all? He would achieve
"Come in my queen.." He knew that that was far from what he had in mind. He knew that he didn't mean to say that. He knew that all he wanted to say was a stray of that. He knew that he was feeling the need to kill her. He knew that he wanted to toss her head to the gloom. He knew that he would love to toss her head to gaunt gloom. She had no idea how hideous he was feeling. He was like on a spot and needed something urgent to do. He was biding his time. He knew what he was going to make of her. He knew that sooner or later he would be lent a rusty rage and he would obviously squash her. He knew that time would be promiscuous. He knew what time was capable of doing. He was acquainted with it. He had known from the scratch of time. He had been dealing with such feelings and would continue doing that. His feelings were raged. He was counting the dice he would toss. He was yet to make a decision. He knew he wo
"Huh?" He was more than surprised. He didn't know how he could had expressed it. He didn't know what actions he could had pruned which could had fostered the surprise. He was more than surprised. He was trying to understand what the problem of the Nymph was. He was trying to weigh to what extent the mental horizon of the Nymph could expand. He couldn't arrive at a sane conclusion. He was finding it quite difficultly to understand what was amiss. He was trying to put the odds into whole probably he would be able to boss on some of the feelings. He wasn't so sure. There was nothing he could do. He was trying to make his thoughts worth it,but they simply were licked by the tongue of the confusion. He knew what confusion did do to him. He knew what he would do whenever he was confused. But he wouldn't push an act at that moment. He was biding his time. He had no idea why he was that patient. He knew that