What can YOU say in six sentences?
Nightly, he told her to stand, walk, turn, and bend, and she did it flawlessly. Then, he had her kneel on the floor next to his chair until he was ready for her to sit in his lap, and when he gestured for her to place herself there and he settled himself under her, he asked her questions to which she knew all the answers. He called her a good girl then, for she was a good girl in all her tasks, and he loved to watch her smile, with her demure eyes downward, at knowing he was pleased. Bear in mind that she never had to lift a finger she did not first want to lift, but as if by magic, she always wanted what he wanted, and in that way everything worked out perfectly. He taught her how to be different people - innocent little Sarah, mature and worldly Andrea, Shannon with her diverse preferences, and of course herself – to whom she had been a stranger before knowing him. Remarkably changing from one role to another, she shone before his eyes, and she never used his name; he adored her, and grew sick at the thought of ever being without her, and bought expensive, unusual gifts for her, and they thrived in deeply guarded privacy.