Alliterated Alphabet Poem poetry form

Alliterated alphabet poem, this variation is written with almost every word within the line beginning with the same letter of the alphabet.

Tail Wagging by Judi Van Gorder

Telling two trollops to take time to testify.
Unrelenting umpires usually understand
Vesting vapid vulgarities
Without woefully worrying wanton women.

My thanks to Judi Van Gorder for years of work on this fine PMO resource.

 

Related forms: ABC Poems, Abecedarius, Alliterated Alphabet Poem, Alphabeastiary, Iroha Mokigusari, Twenty-six letter, twenty-six words

My example

Church Dance (Alliterated Alphabet Poem)

Being behind bothered brother Brown
Causing cautious Cardinals cold concern.
Did daily dances drive decorum down?
Evidently entertainment’s easily earned.

© Lawrencealot – September 2, 2014

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