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Nibble and Stroke
(The critical eye)


You're doin' it wrong, you're squeezin' too hard

Your hands are too cold, can't you wait till their warm?

Let me finish this page, it won't take long

I'll tell you when I'm ready - you can leave the light on


You're scratching my back, that's makin' me sore

You need to file your nails down, you need a manicure

Don’t make so much noise, don’t make a sound at all

Neighbours might be listening got a glass to the wall


You've snagged my stockings an’ you've bruised my hips

You pulled my hair an’ you bit my lip. You're over

Excited, your hands are too rough, I’m working in the

Morning can’t you speed things up?


Still got my heels on, I know you like that, but don’t

Press so hard you’re gonna break my back. If I’ve

Told you once I must have said it tenfold, it’s better

When you’re gentle just nibble and stroke


When you came to bed did you stop to think 'bout

My new hairdo and my sensitive skin. I love your

New Penhaligon’s Eau de Parfum, but I’d rather

You shaved before splashing it on!

© Joseph G Dawson

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