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Madam



 



Madam opened up the door



And I slipped in from the night



Down an airless narrow corridor



Under a very subdued light



In this house of carnal pleasure



Where for the appropriate fee



One of madam’s girls would



Provide her services for me



 



She looked so very young



Too young really for sale



But the coldness of her eyes



Told a very different tale



No frills or foreplay



This was a bargain ready made



She helped with my undressing



Then began to ply her trade



In spite of my misgivings



I felt a certain thrill



As she moved her hips 



With a very certain skill



 



I felt such a release



But also a sense of shame



As I left the room of



The woman with no name



Madam opened the door and



After checking left and right



I slipped surreptitiously



Back out into the night




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