General Poetry posted September 8, 2020

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Alliteration Poem contest entry

So Seductive

by DragonSkulls

Alliteration poem Contest Winner 
Softly she seductively smiles,
sharing subtle sentiments.
Soliciting such secrets,

Silhouetting sunset's serenity,
sensuously swaying,
savoring sweet September's surround.

Such sensual splendor,
so sincerely significant.

Steadfastly summoning.
Strikingly stunning.

Slowly she strips.

Sensuality so swiftly subdues.


Writing Prompt
Write as many consecutive words as you can containing the same beginning consonant.
The phrase or sentences must make sense and be creative and contain no other words in it that begin with a different consonant.

Example: Midnight moonbeams make Mars magnificent.

Alliteration poem
Contest Winner
Pays one point and 2 member cents.

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