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Alliteration Poem | How I Wrote Pumpkin Patch

How to Write an Alliteration Poem When writing an alliteration poem, tell your story first. Then add rhyme and words with similar beginning consonant sounds to create your alliteration poem. How do I write an alliteration poem? I remember an interview I read a few years ago on how [...]

Alliteration Poems | Teens Clashing Between Classes

As I pass through the school halls, among hundreds of hurried teens, I can't help but to notice the social interactions that take place within the three minutes of passing time between classes. Clashing Between Classes is a poem in which I have used alliteration to express some of today's thoughts. [...]

Alliteration Poem Contest | NYS Jersey Shore Sunglasses Prize

Nana's Corner is sponsoring an alliteration poem contest for school age children in grade 5 through grade 8. Because my family and thousands of other families have just experienced Hurricane Irene here on the Jersey Shore, the theme of the alliteration poem contest is "Hurricanes".  Here are a few rules: Alliteration must be obvious throughout your [...]

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Alliteration Examples: War Poem by Bob Dylan

Our Grade 11 English class is reading The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien, a novel written in memoir form about personal experiences and observations encountered during the Viet Nam War. The war novel is extended by relating it to various poems and songs of the Viet Nam War era, such as A Hard Rain's A [...]

Examples of Alliteration: Common Cold

Creating an alliteration poem example is fun! All you have to do is choose one beginning consonant sound, find words that begin with that sound that can describe or relate to an object or theme. For the poem below, I've chosen words that describe my common cold that I'm currently [...]