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By mady c and jeffery k mr mccann

Alliterations

By: Mady C. and Jeffery K.

Mr. McCann


Alliteration
Alliteration

Alliteration- is from the Latin ad, meaning “to,”and littera, meaning “letter.”

Alliteration, the repetition of initial consonant sounds, helps to form the pattern of poetry. Although it can sound comical or forced when used to excess, alliteration used deftly can create memorable and moving lines. It provides the somber emphasis in these lines by modern American poet W. H. Auden:

The day of his death was a dark cold day.


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Alliteration

Keeping vigil over a corpse is the subject of “A Lyke-Wake Song,” by nineteenth-century English poet Algernon Swinburne. Notice the use of alliteration in these chant-like lines:

Fair of face, full of pride, Sit ye down by a dead man’s side.


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Alliteration

“There will come soft rains and the smell of the ground, And the swallows circling with their shimmering sound;”

Sara Teasdale


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Admiring an arsenal

At Arthur’s antique armsAll aged and ashen articlesArranged around alarms

Attractive and adorableAn archer’s apt attireAn arrow all arboreal And aft all Aspenire

Above an arch adorned alcoveAbandoned and aloneAn archetypal axe aroseAdmonishment atoned

An angry and abusive actArgued accusationAn axe attributed attackAnd assassination