Structure and versification in Valediction:
Chapter "If you have any problems, Tom, you know how to get hold of me," my wife said as she kissed me good-bye in the airport departure lounge. It was Saturday, and she was off to help her sister, Pat, with her newborn, and would be gone for up to two weeks.
There were three good things about her departure. First, I planned to lock myself up in my den and work on that program I wanted to get done.
Second, the painter we contracted, the husband of my wife's best friend at work, would paint the rest of the house while both of us were out of the way. Third, I could get my special magazine collection organized. My wife and I have always had a healthy sex life, and I was horny before I watched her plane pull out.
I stopped by the newsstand on my way out and bought a copy of Penthouse. Margo knows I read this kind of magazine, but she chooses not to acknowledge it.
She doesn't want to see them, and she doesn't want to talk about them.
So, like many men, I have my stash hidden, and I have to be discrete about when I read them. Now I'd have two whole weeks to read at my leisure. I thumbed through the magazine in the parking lot. I noticed that this particular month's issue had a couple of letters about two of my favorite topics: Even though I'd never thought of trying it personally, the thought of men dressing in women's clothes was something that held a hint of mystery for me.
I didn't play with Margo's clothes because I was afraid she'd catch me. Her shoes were something else. They were sort of scattered around the closet floor. It wasn't very probable that she'd notice if they were moved.
Besides, it was less likely that I'd have an "accident" in one of her shoes. There was nothing mysterious about female domination.
I couldn't pass up a magazine that had stories about the subject in it. I spilled gallons of semen into the toilet while reading them. If I only had the courage to talk to Margo about it! That was the hard part.
I know Margo liked me for my self-confidence and manly actions and appearance. I didn't know what she'd think if I told her I wanted to be dominated. Nothing like that ever happens to real people.
There were some great pictures in there! I could spend hours on the centerfold alone! My cock rose to the occasion. How I'd like to put it in something like what was shown in the picture. I'd never cheat on Margo, but a man could have his fantasies, right?
I loved her, but Margo just didn't excite me like these models did. I knew that it would be weeks before I could have sex with Margo again!
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