I love to gaze in wonder
at the smoothness of your skin
so discard your old pyjamas;
toss those panties in the bin
and don’t bother putting socks on
since I long to see your toes,
but please be sure you don’t forget
to shield your mouth and nose.
You can show off the complexion
of your taut and healthy thighs
and the freckles on your neck
are not in need of a disguise.
No your ankles do not rankle
and I’m thankful for their grace,
but please be sure to cover up
the bottom of your face.
You can leave you hair unveiled,
I adore its silky lustre;
I’m imploring you to flaunt yourself
with all that you can muster
but I’ve merely one entreaty,
if it’s not too much to ask:
as you prepare to share your wares
be sure to don your mask.