When you left your body lying around
You must have known I'd borrow it.
Mere curiosity would force me.
So—what was it like?
Hmm. Where to start?
The world looked fuzzy
Until I put your glasses on
instead of mine.
A bit heavy on the nose and ears,
have you thought of lighter frames?
It was pretty odd feeling air
on my head, instead of hair;
I mean, I'd put my hand up to neaten my curls, and
was no hair there.
The face in the mirror was more familiar than my own,
Except that I'm not used to meeting it in mirrors.
How frequently do you think I look in mirrors, anyway?
Everything seemed a tiny bit shorter,
especially that bookcase when I put the books
The pans in the kitchen weighed a little less.
I seemed a bit more clumsy, though.
Maybe you really should do more around the house.
The mouse felt smaller in my hand.
And the fifth stair creaked when I stepped on it.
It's never done that before.
I liked not bothering with a bra.
Those other bits were kind of awkward
Until I got them adjusted.
Must be a nuisance doing that every day,
Especially since they're so sensitive.
I totally get why you fuss so much about good
I walked really carefully in the beginning.
Talking of sensitive, umm, well, yes, it was great
No, just by myself, of course I wouldn't be
So, yes, it was super.
But the reload time . . . well, takes a while, doesn't it?
Your nails were a bit of a mess,
And your skin so dry.
I took it in for a facial and a manicure.
Calm down! I brought it back, didn't I,
In better shape than when I took it.
What do you mean, cooties?