Jesse Ellsbury (March 23,1982 / Washington D.C.)
“Another time and in another place, ”
Was what my dear woman would say to me,
While kissing my way to her neck and face,
“I’m not in the mood, my dear, can’t you see? ”
She’d ask, looking at me seriously.
I asked, “Don’t you wish to be satisfied? ”
“Oh I am; with my lover, ” she replied.
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