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The Chrysalis Pg.1, Ch.1
She hasnt said a word since we got out of the car. Its the worst like this, when she says nothing. I feel like she hates me and if she does she has every right. We walk down a wide hallway, following the red arrows on the walls. It sure does smell like a hospital, sterile and dark. Its cold in so many ways, not just physically and the off-white color that covers just about everything is enough to further darken my mood. We pass very few people on the way to our destination, which works to further give the illusion were travelling to some kind of dead zone.
Then we see it written above the door in red block letters, Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit. I hear my mother exhale loudly in an almost exaggerated sigh. The door is locked from the inside so we have to buzz in. My mother pushes a little button on the speaker box and we hear a voice.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit, how may I help you?
Uh, yes. Its Ms
EdwardThe beast wore a triangle on his head
They looked at him with disdain
He was a poet and a painter,
A hedonist and a chess player
You were England, 1875
Then you were famous
You hated the sound of your name
There was a Rose after The Equinox
You flaunted your 33 degrees
I saw you in The Golden Dawn
He said to the scribe
The Law was written
They all saw you, wicked mage
Thelemas gone, silver star
No more utopia in an ether dream
Dead weight and a rider gone by
Sixty-nine one-way science street
Poppy seeds forever sleep
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