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alliteration poem about seaside

by • June 7, 2009 • Alliteration Poems, Animal Poems, Nature Poems, Poetry WorkshopComments (9)393

Alliteration poem about seaside

Alliteration is when a poem contains two or more words that begin with the same letter or sound.

Seaside

four funny fishes fight for food
two troublesome terrapins try to travel
only one octopus overgrew over others
sharp shark’s shrieked so surprised
alligators arrived altogether acting arrogant
swimming splashing squirreling so satisfied
sea side sounds seriously super sometimes

© 2008 Marinela Reka

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9 Responses to Alliteration poem about seaside

  1. :-) nice. made me smile.
    you have beautiful place here, very welcoming and joyful.

    blessings
    D!

  2. chris s says:

    Nice poem :). I like the alliteration.

    how about:
    electric eels emitting egalitarian energy

  3. Marinela says:

    Thank you chris i to like alliteration it is a fun play on words! :)

  4. Marinela says:

    Utopian Fragments i am glad that it made you smile, Thanks for the comment.

  5. tayler says:

    your poem roxs

  6. Marinela says:

    I am glad that you enjoyed my poem Tayler

  7. Shaneyney says:

    this poem is the hit ;-)

  8. MEEZO says:

    THEY ROCK I NEEDED ALLITERATION POEMS FOR HOME WORK AND I FOUND THEM HERE I LOVE THE FROGS ONE

  9. MEEZO says:

    IF U WANT ANOTHER ALLITERATION POEM I HAVE 1 FOR U :FRIENDS FROM FINLAND FARTED FREAKILY FAST FROM FEASTING ON FUNNY FUDGE.
    …………PEACE.

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