Tag Archives: Serengeti

Mother’s Day

It should’ve been a fun Mother’s Day at the museum. An ice cream seller offered cones to the young children, and they were delighted. But halfway through the exhibits, the same children squalled in terror and anguish, saying all sorts … Continue reading

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Evolving – The Speakeasy

***Warning: Mature Content*** Evolving Carl shuddered one final time, and then he rolled off Monique. His breath still came in long gasps as he turned to watch her breathing hard too. Sweat glistened like gems on her bare breasts and … Continue reading

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