By Michele Lee
Let me look at you, before you get undressed. Less is not always more, more is sometimes best. In your tailored attire, adorned with a Guccie tie, covering a physique so fine. Sigh Your collar getting tight? Don’t change a thing, Dearest Darling. I could stare all night. Before you loosen that tie and pop those buttons, I have an idea… I hope you’re willing to try. Roll up those sleeves and slip those digits into the wet sudsy sink and scrub those pots. Show them whose boss! Be gentle with my mugs. Do handle with care. From heavenly hands they are made- my only pair. Dishes now glistening with your special touch. To that laundry basket, I’ll watch you strut, then bend over. In form fitting slacks picking up towels and socks– a form so fine, I don’t care how you fold and tuck. Do take your time. I can’t believe what I am seeing. Man, I must be dreaming.