Alliteration Poems

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Literature Alliteration Examples | Prose and Poetry Collection

Searching for literature alliteration examples? I'm sure you've found it both time consuming and tedious. Over the years, since I began the NanasCorner.com prose and poetry collection, I've accumulated many literature alliteration examples - including some original alliteration examples of my own. As of this date, I have posted single [...]

Alliteration Examples | Alliteration Examples in Children’s Poems

Alliteration Examples in Children's Poems by Shel Silverstein Alliteration examples in children's poems, such as tongue twisters, bring gregarious giggles to little listeners, grandparents and other grownups. Alliteration is often found in collections of kids' popular poetry. The continuous repetitive consonant sounds create fun listening and reading experiences. Examples of alliteration can be found in poems [...]

Short Spring Alliteration Poems | 9 Alliteration Examples

Short Spring Alliteration Poems collection welcomes Spring and says goodbye to Winter. My collection of nine original short Spring alliteration poems celebrates the changes that Spring, the season of birth and awakening, brings. I hope you will share these 9 Spring Alliteration Poems with young children, tweens, teens, and beyond. [...]

St. Patrick’s Day Alliteration Poem | Little Leprechauns Alliteration Poem

St. Patrick's Day alliteration poem...Happy St. Patrick's Day to all you lads and lassies...and little leprechauns, too! As sure as there are leprechauns to make a wish come true, tis nothing but the happiest of days I’m wishing you. ST. PATRICK'S DAY ALLITERATION POEM Do you know why we wear green [...]

Winter Alliterative Poem | Alliteration Examples

A winter alliterative poem, Winter's Window, provides the reader with an image of one of nature's masterpieces. Winter Alliterative Poem Have you experienced the vision of looking through winter's window after clouds have cleared and the moon shines down on the freshly fallen snow? If you have, you'll be able to relate to [...]