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Remember Me, Francois

Image by: Mario GIambattista (cc by 2.0) Remember Me, Francois by Cusper Lynn It was not long before the war and I had only been married to Margaret a few months when we arrived in Paris.   Margaret set up house for us in a working class flat and made it presentable enough for us to entertain …

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February 14th

February 14th by Cusper Lynn   Tim McLaren walked across the parking lot.   A young man of twenty, with a stringy goatee and greasy mustache blocked the entrance to the pharmacy. “I don’t fucking care nothing about what that bitch has to say!” he shouted into his phone. “Get the fuck over here and pick …

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Cusper’s Hope For Humanity

Men Never Listen

Men Never Listen By Cusper Lynn   She walked out , her hair pulled back in a blond ponytail. She was wearing the leather, restrictive, body harness with nipple and hogtie lock rings.   She’d bought the outfit two years ago in anticipation of finally meeting. . .him.  

Someone New

Image By: Derrick Tyson Someone New By Cusper Lynn   Elvis walked down the beverage aisle in his casual yet imperious manner.   His hips swayed, his lip curled and the large golden eagle medallion that hung low on a thick rope of gold swung.   Behind him his wife, Priscilla trotted along pushing a cart into …

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The New Store

Image By: Paul VanDerWerf The New Store by Cusper Lynn It had been ten years since Helen and Hebert had shopped at the good store.   The good store had bright colors, free samples and an olive bar with six different types of olives and two different olive salads.   Hebert remembered this because the last time …

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Image by: phrawr Zones (or, Herbert Dreams of Shopping) by Cusper Lynn “I have zones,” Helen Frodert told her husband as she handed him his portion of the shopping list. Herbert reviewed it.   This was his mission and there was no turning back.    He set off to the produce section and found the first three …

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