BrewNSpew Cafe 2018/2019

BrewNSpew Cafe – April 15, 2019

 

it’s a bluebell day

a springtime celebration

let’s not change a thing

Word of the week –

whistle (noun)
A clear, high-pitched sound made by forcing breath through a small hole between partly closed lips, or between one’s teeth. A shrill, high-pitched sound.

synonyms – trilling, birdsong, cry, song, cheeping, tweeting, chatter, chirping, peeping, calling.

whistle (noun) –

An instrument used to produce a shrill, high-pitched sound, especially for giving a signal.

synonyms – siren, alarm signal, distress signal, alert.

Some love to roam o’er the dark sea’s foam, Where the shrill winds whistle free. – Charles Mackay

no time to write an epistle

while irked by life’s gristle

we tend to scowl and bristle

maybe send a guided missile

into melancholy thistle

if judgment of dismissal,

can we still blow the whistle

or even pack a pistol

best left to ponder or this’ll

will make one a fizzle

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-Eugenia

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