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BrewNSpew Cafe – October 7, 2019

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nature’s number eight

chilly winds blush every cheek

leaves drift and there

Changing of the leaves – with the autumnal equinox in late September, foliage season has officially begun across much of the U.S. Did you know that the foliage color is triggered by the amount of daylight (not weather)?

Presenting the week’s prompt – You may use the word(s), phrase and/or image to interpret the prompt.

Weekly prompt – ghoulish – (adjective) – 1) strangely diabolical or cruel; monstrous. 2) showing fascination with death, disease, maiming, etc.; morbid. 3) of, relating to, or like a ghoul or ghouls.

prompt image – October 7

ghoulish petrifying eyes leering from

haunted houses possessed by evil spirits

otherworldly sounds scream of foreboding,

unmasked goblins terrorize paths to nowhere

lycanthropes face to face with transformation

intoxicating thrills and hair-raising escapades

spooktacular apparitions taunt selfless selfies

Halloween, not for the fainthearted

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Here’s what is going on at the cafe. On Mondays, I publish my post, BrewNSpew Cafe,where I share a word(s), phrase and/or image for your interpretation. Please join our talented community and contribute your own creation using the week by week featured word, image or both. There are no restrictions, except please and thank you for limiting a written post to 300 words or fewer.

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-Eugenia

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