Psychologist and a Murderer"Hello Mr. Yale, how are you?"
"I thought we were going to call me Ace?"
"Okay then, Mr. Ace?"
"I SAID JUST ACE!"
The psychologist jumped. She was ever so thankful he was chained to his seat. Being a psychologist was scary sometimes. Though never has she been given a subject as difficult as this one.
"I'm sorry. I'm sorry " Ace crumpled down in his chair and began to weep. He was constantly shaking. In the first session, she asked if he was cold. He just started mumbling about how he loved the cold and how he wished to die under the snow while gazing at the Aurora Borealis. Nut job, she thought to herself. Freak probably snapped when his father said no to trip to Alaska or something. She had worked a few cases before this one, and they were all just extremely arrogant and spoiled children that did minor crimes as a rebellion. This guy was a bit strange though.
"It's alright, Ace. Do you need to take a break?"
"You don't really care."
"You don't care about me, you care ab
Righteous and ForbiddenI am a person of two faces
Forced to wear them by my two loves
One righteous, accepted by the clean of heart
One forbidden, shunned by most the world
I have a righteous love
I love my temple, my holy savior
I love the warmness of the church
I love the joyous smiles
Even if it seems surreal to me
My first face now has cracks
But it must keep my other face hidden
I have a forbidden love
I love a person I really shouldn't
I love a beauty I fear will never love me back
I love her despite potential trouble
My second face is made of shadows
But I will cherish it always
I am a person of two faces
Though I am an honest person
I hate my righteous love, for it does not agree with the forbidden
I hate my forbidden love, but only because I must keep it a secret
To the church I say, "I love you" for the light that's graced my eyes
To my black rose I say, "I love you" for I will always carry you
PiecesAt the ball, I swing and twirl
Dance across the marble floor
My friends around with their elegant dresses.
Dresses of Scarlet, Sapphire, and Jade
Passionate Red, Deep Blue, and Rebellious Purple.
Swirling, dancing, laughing together
We get ready for the prime of the night.
The men walk in, strapping in their suits
One man I see had earned my respect
Our simple friendship making him a diamond
In a sea of rhinestones
Boys approach their chosen beauty
Girls take their strong hands.
I am not approached, but I am content
I have my friends that did not take strong hands
While songs are played, eyes are met,
The ones on the dance floor take off from the world
We smile and are humble with each other
Men then come up to me, but not for my hand
They tell me my dress doesn't shine like my friend's
They tell me my hand is shriveled while theirs is perfect
They tell me I am not beautiful, and they are
They remind me of what I already knew.
From anyone, I would be okay. They would mean nothing to me