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Come into my House

by Rosen Trevithick
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 24/10/2012

It's raining. Why don't you come into my house, young one? It's just here.

You're wet. Let me dry you. Let me run this cloth over your body. Let me stroke you a little.

I know what you like - you like to be tickled don't you. I love it when you squirm around like that.

Don't you look cute lying there? Let me get my camera. Let me photograph you. That's it - pose!

Let me say 'Aren't you lovely?' one thousand times and call you 'Sugar'.

The neighbours really shouldn't have left you out in the rain, cute ginger moggy.


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