BrewNSpew Cafe Wrap-up – September 30 through October 4, 2019

deer wearing gray coats winter’s wrath hard and bitter undoing autumn October glows on every cheek,October shines in every eye,While up the hill and down the daleHer crimson banners fly.–Elaine Goodale Eastman (1863–1953) Here is this week’s BrewNSpew Cafe Wrap-up for the September 30 through October 4, 2019 submissions. A sincere thank you to all of you for…

Exploring enigma

living on the edge elsewhere safe or sorry ending near or far east to west unbridgeable north to south non-existent tis time to edit eternity KaylaAnnAuthor – The Alphabet Challenge – letter “E” Reena’s Exploration Challenge #107 my other blog, PoetryPalette -Eugenia featured image –

Red means Fall!

Originally posted on See Norway – Se Norge:
På denne tid kan man vel trygt si at når naturen ikler seg en stadig rødere farge, så er det et sterkt tegn på at høsten virkelig tar grep? Og tar man ikke signalet, så kan man risikere at man en morgen våkner til en natur dekket…


Originally posted on words less spoken:
night sleep is hard to come by outside the dark it lingers on shadows congregate near the window as the whisper of the dead scarecrows no longer keep the fear of the shivering child whose recited all her prayers at bay


Originally posted on awisewomansjourney:
Written In Response To: V.J’s Weekly Challenge #66 – Savour – This week, let’s consider what we savour. Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #273 – Forest & Whisper BrewNSpew Cafe Weekly Challenge – Scarecrow – You may use the word(s), phrase and/or image to interpret the prompt. savour the…

My Book

Originally posted on Roland's Ragbag:
Photo by Pixabay on My  Book I am a mere page in history’s book. OK, half a page A sentence even More than a word, surely, And not just a letter. But, what sort of book? What genre best reflects me? Sums me up? Page filler or thriller,…