The Daily Prompt – October 10th – All About Alliteration


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The Prompt: 

ALL ABOUT ALLITERATION… I am not alliterate, no not even a little bit.

Carefully craft creative free flowing phrases or pompous poetry in which the same sound starts several syllables (or words).

Write a line or two or more of poetry using alliteration


3 thoughts on “The Daily Prompt – October 10th – All About Alliteration

  1. Ten Ton Ted

    Trying to think thread-bare thin thoughts (truly thinking twice though), ten ton Toledo Ted, turning toward the tavern table, tediously tongued the tiny tan tofu tid-bits texturing the terracotta tableware. The taste—tangy tripe tire tread—twisted Ted’s tongue, trembling tummy tubes thundering tempestuously. Ted then tossed three tons thrice, tidal, throat twitching, Ted’s torrential tavern tap.
    Tofu is gross.

  2. Alliteration
    A station need for emancipation
    From the timeless toung twister taunting us terrably
    Forcing us to focus
    On the terrably rymes of these times

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