"You'll never need to worry about money" - Drabble

Drabble Jan 04, 2021

A drabble is a piece of fiction constrained to exactly one-hundred words. I use these short works to hone my brevity.

I tell all my lovers the same thing: "Do as I say, and you will never need to worry about money again."
The lure of wealth can make anyone attractive. For a time.
Invariably they see my plain cottage, simple fare, and aged attire.
"Where do you bury your money?" they wonder.
I only ever smile and offer them an axe. "Chop firewood for me."
As the questions grow, I answer the only way I know. "Carry this water bucket for me."
The foolish leave, assuming there is only a lie.
I'm waiting for the obedient one that listens.

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Mistress of the Home, responsible for all matters financial. A loving Domme tempered with ambition and attention to detail.