On October 31st, boil strands of black spaghetti and add green olives. Then cool it in the refrigerator.
At the Halloween party, to unexpecting hands, the concoction quickly becomes eyeballs among severed optic nerves.
Descriptions of touch connects with readers. They can understand because they have their own experiences to compare with your details. They may have reached unexpectedly into a bowl of fake eyeballs at Halloween party.
When you go about life, think about how similar things are different, such as the summer breeze versus the whipping cold wind, and the prickle of short hard pine needles compared to the long, flimsy needles.
Notice what touches you and even how your body reacts. The resulting descriptions can bring life to your writing. You will have met the toughest challenge when you can make your readers cringe or shiver.