Interlude ii; The Sovereign of the Forest
Prince Amor lived his life in shame from his father -- the King of Gillaria, a nation built from anger. He hid his life and love for the company of men from him in fear of what his father would do if he were to ever discover his son—a pillow-biter.
So, he hid. Slipping through alleys and curving around corners to be with the one man he has always known to love — Oren.
The two would show affection around the guards, for they were sworn to solitude and silence by Prince Amor. The servants needed no such thing, no oath, they were loyal to the Prince for the King treated them as if they were slaves: abuse, torture, and wicked punishment.
Prince Amor only yearns for life without judgment and only love, no hate and no horror against anyone but the journey he wishes to partake in is not for such things.