“A woman has long legs for a reason. She is meant to be held down, in undying loyalty, so as to never float or leap away.
A woman has large eyes for a reason. She sees the world over, attempting to discern and differ the ‘who’, upon the worthy and unworthy to take her flesh.
A woman has bared shoulders for a reason. She is always looking over them, to see a past heavy in shadows.
To her legs, keep her steady. To her eyes, keep your contact with them. And, to her shoulders, keep her staring ahead.”