"I am always at your service, Alice…If you want it, I must provide it~`"
~`DO THE THING DO THE DAMN THING ALREADY
"I think I have to re-educate you a little…To prove you once and forever than you are wrong." he breathed huskily, eyes firmly focused on her face. "If only that, Alice…If those were the only words that have already escaped your mouth."
"Shoo, dog. If you’re going to whine, do so elsewhere" she challenged with a glare. "I’m not wrong, you’re just stubborn and can’t take a dose of your own medicine"
"Oh no. i am not going anywhere else. I’ll stay here." his fingers squeezed the sheets. "Believe me, young lady, I can. But the same words can be said much differently and therefore mean another thing. If you really want to know the difference, I might show you my real medicine."
"Noisy…" she mumbled, turning away from him as she pulled the blanket back over her shoulder. "Silence that mouth of yours. Don’t you have work to get to. dog? My patience is wearing thin”
"Stubborn…" he leaned a little closer, lips forming a thin line, hair almost touching her face. Again. His teeth clenched. "I am not going to get silent unless you understand. I don’t mind playing this little dog and master game, but it also has it’s limits…I am not going to let you treat me like a puppy…" his tone was more or less calm, yet his eyes sharpened.
"Just. Go." she snapped back, teal eyes glaring up towards him. "Better yet, I’ll go" she growled, growing more and more annoyed as she threw the blanket off and slid out of the bed. "Irritating"
No. He won’t let her go away just like that. “You’ve started it and now you are trying to escape?” he caught her hand, voice serious. “I don’t want to fight…Yet it seems that you don’t want to hear out either. I thought we’ve been past this stage. Pass all the hatred and offenses.”
"Let me go!" She yelled, struggling against the hold. "The only reason this is happening is because you can’t seem to handle the fact I am a pessimist, and am not too damn fond of being blackmailed into situations like this!" She stopped now, but kept her glare strong. "I’m pessimistic and cynical! And I told you that! But you insisted on this!"
"I won’t let you go!" he kept staying still, not matter how hard she tried to get away. "I know that you are. Yet I as well know that it’s your way to hide. Hide your feelings. Your weaknesses. I’ve seen the another you. You who is a part of your true self as well." he continued more calmly, even softer than before. "You said you loved me. I heard those words. And I returned them with the same answer. That’s why I don’t understand why you have to act like that. "