Worthy of putting up with abundant assonant and alliterated
praise, don't you think.
It is all well and good if a poem turns out to be, say, binary, alliterated
, nominal, 3rd person, paratactic, appositional, declarative, anaphoric, metaphoric, and metrical, as many poems are, but so what?
ALLOCUTION by the Letter A against Alcohol and all alcoholic admixtures, agencies and appliances; and also advocating all ATTEMPERANCE; as addressed at ABECEDARY ALHAMBRA, afore all.
That is, he repeats words ("leguas e leguas") and sounds (the alliterated
/ assonated "a"; the alliterated
"es"; the end-rhyme with the gerund "-ando" and the ending "-os") to heighten the sense of monotony that he then translates to melancholy through a pain-filled diction: "desolado," "secos, revoltos, entrecruzados," "tortura," "agonizante.
Two slices of toast', with extra enunciation of those alliterated
ts, 'banana and erm,' he paused, ending with a rhetorical flourish, a bow and 'an egg'.
Invictus takes its title from William Ernest Henley's 1875 eponymous poem and is the tale of how Mandela worked his "Madiba Magic"--a well-worn cliche of the time that alliterated
his clan name and his charisma--to inspire South Africa's rugby team to victory in the 1995 Rugby World Cup, which the newly-born Rainbow Nation hosted.
Or, as Mayor Phil Brubaker alliterated
Sunday, "This is a celebration of the confluence of caring and cash.
Indeed, synopsis and the significance of the entire incident are almost carried by the alliterated
It's dingy, dilapidated, dank and dark," she alliterated
Franco", choosing an adjective, which alliterated
with the name of the Spanish dictator, who was supported by Hitler and Mussolini in the crushing of the elected Spanish government.