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Creepy words for Halloween. Hope that doesn’t hold anyone back.
Family rituals, ’tis the season after all.
“What they all say”
Could be Danger
A true account:
Hey y’all. Here’s mine. More of my vampire story.
Spooky prompt, indeed!
All the best of the season:
“Nancy runs the bookmobile.”
word knife goes snick-snack
damage done, I quaff a beer
ponder haiku corpse
Thanks ThomG for the words this week. You chose just the right ones. Have a nice night.
“Blinking With Fists”
Knights and Tower
here’s mine: family dinner
Here’s my contribution:
Pls do leave in ur precious feedback… wanna try my hand at poetry
I clicked away, but then clicked right back because I knew exactly what I wanted to write for these words!
Rock the vote!
This week’s words are awesome! They lent themselves to a great tale that practically wrote itself, I myself didn’t quite know the ending till I wrote it, teehehee. Enjoy the tale of Detective Plots and the Case of the Missing Wife!
My posting does not relate to Halloween. But the season could add some atmosphere.
Poem for Halloween
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